Skipper is driving me crazy. She throws little temper tantrums and rears like hi ho Silver in the air. She tries to jump on me She does this when she's not getting her way. As an example, yesterday my daughter worked Skipper's dam, Lucy. I had Skipper on a halter while Lucy got ridden. I wasn't asking Skipper to do much, just walk with me and then stand there and watch Lucy work. I did ask her to yield her hindquarters a few times, and we worked on backing. I messed with her feet a bit. Lucy got ridden for all of twenty minutes. It wasn't a really long time for Skipper to just be with me I don't think, and I wasn't pressuring her or asking her to do something the entire time. I mostly just wanted her to stand there. She kept getting antsy and would rear and then try to jump on me or bump me with her shoulder. It isn't a playful thing, it is a sassy thing. I guess I'm not sure what the "right" way is to deal with it? Obviously 20 minutes was probably too long a time for a baby to "pay attention," and I will adjust that. I didn't want to just turn Skipper loose because I didn't want Lucy to be an idiot. I didn't want to have Skipper ponied either because Lucy needs worked... not just walking and trotting in straight lines. What do you do with your weanlings? What do you expect of them? Right now I expect her to give to pressure (obviously still a work in progress.) I expect her to let us mess with her feet. I expect her to stand for fly spray and worming. I expect her to allow me to touch her everywhere (she's pretty good with this; she likes being brushed.) I don't expect her to do SMS or lunge or stand tied for hours. I just want her to not jump on me How would you deal with it?