What I do is use the stirrup while on the ground to make it easier for them to understand. Hold the stirrup in your hand nearest the front of the horse. If and when the horse doesn't respond, use your other hand (holding a crop if needed) to cue the horse to move over. Always use just the stirrup first and wait for a response before using your other hand. Posted via Mobile Device
my trainer helped me. I got on him, put leg on him and she helped move him over if he didn't get it right off. Didn't take long at all since he had done it on the ground so many times. then she'd do less and less until he was doing it on his own. Today I did it without any help and he moved over just grand.