Thanks! I have been working with her and am happy to report that we are coming along nicely. Here is what I did: I started on the ground by walking her around and not letting her drop her head to eat. She did this beautifully too. No ground issues at all, very well mannered and I did not need to do anything more than lift the lead rope when she did try to drop her head and she responds immediately. I am back in the saddle and now working on that issue. She is one of those horses that no matter how much ground work you do with her, it will not affect when she is under saddle. I have a few horses I round pen due to the respect issue but with her she is perfect on the ground and a pain under saddle no matter how much time you spend on the ground. I am still riding her in a halter and cotton reins. When she drops her head I am able to pick it back up, she fights it but I always win. I wont let her drop her head at all but if she does get it down I can get it back up with just the halter and that is a big step cause before I couldnt pull her head back up. She just fought the halter and ignored me, but not anymore :) We have been walking back and forth near her favorite green grass spot and everytime she turns toward the grass I turn her the other direction. She has started to bolt on me when she sees food, thinking she can get away with it, so I simply stop her, make her stand for a second, and then turn her around and make her walk the opposite direction. She is getting so much better. I just had to keep doing what I was doing to teach her that she couldnt get away with it. She tries it with other riders on her so I am only letting experienced people on her. She is just that type of horse who will take advantage of you if you let her and she is so sweet and well mannered that its easy to forget how stubborn and determined she is. I can successfully sit in the saddle, have her stand right next to the grass, drop the reins and she will keep her head up. Next we are going to try just standing in the actual grass without her dropping her head. Wish me luck and thanks for the advice!!