I was so relieved when Buddy told me to only focus on yielding away from pressure. I press my heel against Zum’s belly gently to push Zum in the direction I would like his front legs or back legs to turn. For example, if I want Zum’s front legs and head to go right, I have his head turned right with my right direct rein, my left supporting rein is against his neck going right and my right heel is pressing against Zum’s belly to move his front legs to the right and his back legs to the left. Buddy said I was doing it perfectly so I am grateful. I need to know this when I take Zum out on to the trail. If Zum or I get anxious, I can do these maneuvers right and left, over and over, to calm us both down.