Jas's most recent foal is very indifferent, If you ignore her totally she will call out to you, if you sit still long enough she will come up to you & sniff/lick you but the second you try to touch her, she is off like a bolt of lightning. We have had several foals in the past, but none like her. The only way we can get her is if we get the mare to go into the run in shed to eat her dinner, then we approach the foal in the corner so she can't run away - who turns her butt to us, but never kicks - then we can reach out & scratch her butt, hold her & put her halter on her. We do this twice per day. Once we get her then she does lead for the most part, as long as you have the lead rope wrapped behind her butt. The leading we only do once per day. She is 3 1/2 weeks old now. Normally I would not do this much with the foal this early on, but she is almost like a wild pony. I think part of the problem is that Jasmine had her 3 weeks early & in the middle of the day, so by the time we realized she had her, the foal was already a few hours old & running around in the field. Any suggestions to get her to come around?