A treat can be an actual treat, grazing, and it can be resting. Horses like this LOVE to stop lol. Usually when you stop at Point A you have already set a treat up (like on the fence, on a barrel, etc) so the horse can find it, you don't actually give it to him. The point is to make the horse see that there IS something IN IT FOR HIM at the end of where you want to go.....a treat, a grazing spot, a really good scratch on an itchy place, or a good rest. When the horse sees that there is something in it for him, he will offer more effort because he feels motivated to do so....so if you are playing with the walk in Point to Point, he will offer a faster walk, maybe even a trot, because he'll start thinking "The sooner I get to where she wants to go, the sooner I get to stop!"...or graze, or get a scratch, whatever.