This is my first post of many with a question about training. I am going to look up the answers online, but I figured I'd ask here too since I know some of you are very knowledgeable! I have a two year old paint mare that we picked up a few days ago. I've been working on getting her to lead and stop, as that is the first concrete thing I want drilled into her head! She's getting it pretty well, but every once in awhile she gets frustrated and rubs her head on me. I know this is her trying to show dominance, so I want to stop the behavior now. How should I go about this without scaring her or frustrating her further? I understand the concept of personal space when it comes to horses, so how should I be correcting her when she over steps mine? Right now she's not doing it to be nasty, but I know the behavior can escalate quickly. I'm spending today reading reading reading! I'm also going to buy some books to take with me to school to read for the last few weeks before I am home for summer. My dad is planning to pay one of the trainers we contacted to come over and show us what we should be doing with her as far as training goes. We want to make this horse into a good one!