Hi there! I'm looking for some ideas on how to deal with something my mare does. She is generally very well-behaved, but she always wants to rush back to her stall after being in cross-ties. The set-up is such that I cross-tie her a couple spots up the aisle from her stall, facing away from the stall with the stall behind her and to her right. She is fine to stand in cross-ties as long as I need, she likes being groomed, etc.. But when I snap on the lead rope preparing to take her back, she gets all snorty and wound up. I always brace myself as I drop the cross ties and she kind of swings her hindquarters around and I just follow in an abrupt circle. She doesn't drag me exactly, but she rushes right back to that stall. I always stop and make her wait and let me walk in first, but she's always all worked up. Today I held my ground when I unsnapped the cross ties and refused to let her spin in that circle to her right - instead I made her stop and wait, then turn to the left following me. She was not happy about this. Any ideas how to make this less painful while getting it across to her that she needs to wait for my cues, not head back to her stall on her terms?