[quote=Jubilee Rose;238407]Sounds like she's getting into your space and trying to dominant you. She needs to respect you and get out of the way. I would do some groundwork with her such as lunging, ground tying, etc. Practice leading her in hand as well, even more than you need to. Do walk, trot, halt with her while leading in hand. Try circling her every time she tries to get ahead of you. Let her know you're in charge but be gentle and patient with her, since she's only a baby
. When you halt, stand there for a few minutes and make her stand. Only let her walk on when you tell her. And like I said, she's still a baby, and still getting used to working with humans. But since she's young, its crucial you teach her respectable ground manners now to provide a solid basis for training.
Thank you, you saved me alot of typing. LOL
If she starts crowding you, it may come in handy to have an extension of your arm like a whip, crop, bat, carrot stick to bump (not hit) her chest or side with until she moves away.