Starting at the gate. I've been working with a horse for the first time. She is always 20 to 40 ft from me.I'm lucky, I have a melo horse. When it is time to go nibble grass, I walk Ginger to the gate. I make her wait a short time before letting her go to nibble. Extending the time a few seconds each time. Well today she didn't wait one second. She trotted past me with whip in hand. I ran over to her and she gave me the butt treatment. Grrr. I took her by the halter walked her back to the gate. Put her hobbles on and locked the gate. I than got out of sight. Ginger than starts to talk to me in her bossy voice. I started talking back to her in my screw you voice and told her she really screwed up! She new excactly what was going on. She looked sooo sad. After 10 or 20 min. We tryed it again she screwed up again. So right there where she had taken a bite of grass I took off the hobbles, walked her back to the gate and we did the wait again. Amazing! She stood there 3 times longer then she ever has. It looks like we are getting it. I heard if you start something with a horse go through with it until they start to get it and improve on it in time. Always start out with something they know. Introduce the new. Then go back to something they know for the confidence of the horse.