I HATE head slinging! And I have a mare who does it whenever she doesn't want to do something! She didn't want to get on the trailer this evening and resorted to head slinging and backing up. She had this habit when I got her, and it had gotten better for the most part, until tonight. (She normally gets right on the trailer with no issue, I don't know if it was because it was pretty close to dark or what... we'll try again tomorrow and see.) But the head slinging drives me insane! She gets out of control with it, and I've never had another horse that I had to correct it in. She's a broodmare and cannot be ridden due to an old injury that's left her chronically lame. She's only about 14.1, but she stretches her neck as high as it will go and tips her chin way up above her eyes, then bounces her head. She came down on my head once and got thwacked in the chest for it - I'm big on respecting my space and she loses all respect when she starts her head slinging mess. Can anyone offer suggestions up? Thanks!