Ground drive, that is. Corie has suggested ground driving both Zoe and Buddy to work on suppleness instead of lunging with side reins. I took Bud out last night and let's just say I don't think he's ever been driven. We walked around the arena like drunken sailors (which is somewhat normal for him). We mostly worked at the walk trying to stay straight and did lot of changes of directions. I did work him in a circle both directions at the trot and he stayed soft in the bridle.
Tonight was Zoe's turn. She obviously has been driven. It was so much easier to get her to change directions and to steer. She offered to both trot and canter on her own, so I worked her on a circle both ways and was even able to change directions thru the trot. She worked really well being driven. I was walking her around the arena to cool off and was answering a text when we passed the opening to the barn. She darted to the right and took off down the aisle. Luckily I stopped her, and no one was in the aisle. We backed out and did a little more work to remind her that I'm in control.