You are doing great-it takes so much time to coordinate the line, stick and all that. I would suggest that at some point you rest the end of the stick and take the pressure off her. Right now, with the end of the stick up, the pressure is constantly on. I do see that she tends to stop on you, and know how that can be. I have founf it easier, in the beginning, to use the 4' end of the rope as you would the stick, it gives you less to wworry about. I hope your trainer is familiar with this and can help show you. Makes it much easier for coordination, I think, and easier to turn them or stop them with both eyes on you. I just point with the line loosely in the hand in the direction I want them to go, and twirl the other end until they go. Works really well for me, especially oncce they have the idea, as your horse does. Good job tho-keep the great effort!