Because of this, it should take very little from us to tell our horses what we would like them to do. Buck told us that we should offer our horses a 'good deal'. If they don't respond, then we can increase the pressure. The next time we ask, the horse may opt to take the good deal.
Buck placed the flag near the Mustang's face as a 'good deal'.
When she didn't turn he vigorously flapped the flag at the Mustang.
At Buck's urging, Isaac asks the Mustang to move on.
He bumps his legs on her side with increasing pressure.
Buck also explained that horses are so smart that it only takes 2 or 3 rides before the sloppy rider has made the horse dull. Buck suggests that you, "do so little that you think it won't work as the 'good deal'. When it works, and you are consistent, then offer even less."