When I was a young girl, my grandparents kept Shetland ponies on their farm, and I was kicked by one while in a large stall. I assumed that the pony was comfortable with us two young cousins and two ponies in the large box stall, but when I wasn't watching one, it kicked me square in the backside. I still remember this experience, and allow my mare to move me away from her back end if she postures herself to "square" her back end toward me and act as if she would kick. She also pins her ears and gets that tense stance, so I know I am reading her body language correctly. I have used the Uni methods and the black dually to school her, and she is gentle as a lamb when she knows we are working on leading, standing still or loading in the trailer. But, there are times when in a situation with other horses, or with other distractions that she can get bossy, and I don't see any lessons on what to do when she does this. I find myself caught off guard, and she has gotten away with the behaviour, sometimes she will try this while loading. I would really be interested in a suitable lesson. What I would really love is to come and learn at Flag is Up Farms, I have been there as a guest, but never as a student. I live in Ontario, Canada, so watching people without hats, mitts, and winter coats working with horses in glossy coats gives me an escape from reality on January days. Thanks for the Uni.