I've met a horse that has a whole new problem that I've never run into. When I get on him, he has a soft, responsive mouth, he responds to leg-cues for turning. He has a lovely whoa. He clearly knows what he's supposed to do. He just plods along with his head low, dragging his feet. He goes slower and slower. I keep nudging him with my seat, applying leg pressure, and finally having to start kicking him to keep going. Getting him collected is completely out of the question, since we kind of need to be moving forward to have anything to collect. Trying to get him over cavalettis from the ground is even next to impossible. He just drags his feet and knocks everything over. He's not an old horse, by any means. How do we get out of 1st gear? I have not tried a crop or spurs on him.