LOL, no I mean keep the horse's feet stationary. Make sure that they stand still and bend their nose each way until they are supple enough to please you (if they have never had this done though, it is likely he will turn in small circles at first. Just keep that rein tight until his feet stop and neck is soft and flexible). Then back a couple of steps and squeeze for the walk. I try not to tippytoe around my horses and when I get on, I move my legs around adjusting my stirrups and seat until I am comfortable and expect them to stand until given the very clear cue to move. That way, they will never mistake a stirrup adjustment as a cue to pick up the pace.