I have a now one week old filly named Daisy. She is very sweet and I have been working on imprinting her since day one. I have been working with her as much as possible about 3-5 times every day for about 10 minutes at a time. I have done what I have read I should, touch her all over, pick up her feet, show her everything I can think of including a water bottle, plastic bag, halter etc. When she is turned out she does come up to me sometimes but other times I have to "catch" her and hold on to her while I rub and reassure her which I do very gently with mom very close by. I just want to make sure that I am doing what I should and not expecting too much out of her at 1 week old. I know that you only get one shot to imprint the foal right and I want to do it correctly. We are big believers in natural horsemanship techniques and are big fans of Clinton Anderson. My question is, what should I expect of her at this point? Should she come up to me or not? Should she stand and let me approach her without a short 'chase' around the stall? Or is that normal for a 1 week old baby. Should I just keep doing what I have been as much as I can and she will eventually stop being a little skittish of me? I have noticed an improvement since I started last week but this being my first horse I am starting from "scratch" I want to be sure I'm not forgetting something. Will she eventually stop trying to flee a little if I keep doing what I have been doing? Thank you in advance for any advice you all can give me!