Join Date: Jun 2010
Location: Alberta, Canada
Honestly, id keep her by herself & just spend some personal time with her for a while (or however long you can), that way she learns to depend on you/people for food, companionship, leadership & attention. Atleast until she starts coming to you & is easier to be caught.
Groom her, bring treats, longe her, etc.
If you're going to turn her out, turn her out with a horse who will be dominant (but not misserably mean!), who likes people & doesn't run from a rope, as that could very well rub off on her, especially since she's so young.
"If a horse fails to do something that is because he was not trained to do it. If a horse fails to do something properly that is because he was not trained properly." www.wildestheartart.com