I'll say this now that i've owned & worked with horses for years but have always perfered doing the training/work from the saddle. I hate groundwork (can't explain it so don't ask)
I've done plenty of halter breaking, teaching young ones to pick up feet, saddle, load, etc but when it comes to my own personal horses i've always been a bit slack in the ground-training department (apart from the basics, such as respect, feet, saddling, loading, etc).
So I was hoping to get some tips from everyone of what their groundwork "routine" is with their horses.
I have a green Fjord mare who i've been working with on turning & such, & was looking for advice in particular on teaching her to bend properly on the ground so that she will turn easier in the saddle. What are your tricks as she's not spooky or nutty just stubborn & a little unsure. She puts up with anything, though.