When working a horse at liberty it challenges the handler to rethink what they are doing. Often times when we think we are teaching the horse, if we are open minded, we realize the horse is teaching us. Sometimes it's just taking a step or two back and turning the back to the horse for a brief spell. He'll appreciate the release of pressure. Pressure isn't always about moving the horse, it could be about how you put the halter on, could it be done a better way? Is the horse pulling away a little or readily puts his nose in?