Not necessarily... You can help by taking her for a walk, asking her to lower her head.
Ok, Im doing this now and will continue to do so.
You need to really stride out, to encourage her to really step under with her hind legs.
What do you mean?
This is not going to be easy as tall as you are, so you may need to teach her to stretch to the end of you crop, then carry it across your body so you can keep encouraging her.
I dont get it, sorry.
Whenever you walk, in and out of the pasture, etc., really walk.
You mean a fast walk or a firm walk?
Ive been trying to get her to walk faster when leading. When you lead her into the barn, she will walk slow (even with the end of my lead swinging around and not tap her with it but I just show it and she has responded in the past where she picks it up. If you tap her HQ with the lead she will freak out). I was thinking of carrying my flag or small crop with me as well. Flag stick might be too much on a windy day.
But when you lead her back to her herd, she will walk like how she should be.