Originally Posted by kevinshorses
Tie her with a rope halter and leadrope that will not break to something that will not break and then let her pull back. Stay close and be ready to cut her loose if she falls down and is choking. When I've had horses that pull back I wave my hat at them until they won't pull back anymore. Then I give them a pet on the head and go about my business with them.
^^^ Couldnt agree more. And since she has gotten loose from setting back... she now sees setting back= getting free. So she needs to learn that just cause she sets back, doesnt mean she's going to get loose.
And I also wanna add, if you go the bungee tie route.... to be careful... cause if they go back full force, I've seen many bungees ties break. And just imagine what happens when A bungee chord breaks.