I couldn't think of a better way to describe my question.
I used to show halter class when I was younger, and I remember our trainer using the term "box up" to describe how their feet need to be when they're standing in the ring for judging. I was wondering how you trained them to do that-- I remember having to kick my gelding's feet into position (I was really really tiny, being 9, and wasn't big enough to pick up his feet like you're supposed to). I'd like to give Ginger, my "retired" halter horse a refresher course in standing still, and giving that halter horse pose. I'd also like to teach Duncan (my year old gelding) to do it as well, just so I can get some good pictures of him haha. I've already trained Duncan to stand on a platform for simple trick training, and he'll stand pretty still on that, I guess I just want to know where to go from there.