Thanks everyone for all the advice and information. This morning at 5am, I got up, went outside and brought another horse from one of the pastures and placed him in the stall (my friends horse, that he is letting me ride) As soon as Maggie (Belgian) seen me, she started whinnying and came running to the fence. So I went right back into the house and grabbed a carrot. She readily took the carrot from me and ate the entire thing (Probably shouldnt have done this, since its going to create a bad habit of her doing this and getting rewarded, but since she was new and the experience we both had yesterday, I went ahead and did it) She showed interest, I wanted to return the gesture.
Anyways, I left it at that and went about doing the morning ritual, letting dogs out, feeding everything.
Came home from work. Went to the fence, she came right over and I handed her a carrot, again, she readily took it from my hand.
I thought, ok....should I press my luck....I DID
I went to the barn, got a brush and went into the pasture with her (with a boat load of carrots....lol) She stood perfectly still, let me brush her, (she was all matted and ucky, but looks a little bit better now...she still needs a **** bath) So she let me brush her completely, mane, tail....I even rubbed all over her body with my hands. Not hand shy at all. I started walking around the pasture AND SHE FOLLOWED ME EVERYWHERE. I also had carrots with me too, I was breaking them in little pieces and giving them to her.
I truly believe that it was just the entire experience of last night and her being moved from one place to another. She seems to be doing great now. I havent tried lead walking her yet. I wanna give her a few more days to adjust to everything and then I will attempt that.
SO ITS A GOOD POSITIVE NOTE. I've spoken to SEVERAL "trainers" I use the term loosely because everyone you talk to seems to be a "trainer" UGHHH
As soon as I figure out how to post pics in the thread, I will post a couple of her that I took today after I finished brushing her.