Originally Posted by Moocow2431
She follows me with her front feet but acts as if she can't pick her back feet up to get in.
She isn't "acting" anything. She is downright refusing to follow you. I don't think you understand at all what we are trying to tell you, or else refuse to admit your horse isn't as perfect as you thought.
Did you read my thread? Trailer Loading 101
Your horse has your number. And you've discovered that when she doesn't want food or treats, she isn't going to do diddly squat. And the she throws basically a teenage temper tantrum by shutting down when you try to introduce a whip, and you let her. Your horse doesn't respect you. She's not going to follow you wherever you go; including into a trailer.
I also agree 100% with usandpets. I teach all my horses to "self load" for that exact reason. I want to be able to send them into the trailer, while I safely stay outside. Especially if it is a small two-horse bumper pull trailer.
And exactly as corporal pointed out, it should not matter what you are trying to lead (or send) your horse into. If they have respect and trust for you, they will go without question. Respect and trust is NOT something they are going to learn overnight or in one session. There isn't a "magic fix" to get your horse to hop on the trailer (or do other things you ask). It takes time, patience, and consistency.