Consider adding trick training to your horse's ongoing education. Even though this horse, named Miss B, has not yet mastered all four feet on the pedestal, she can pivot on her front feet for several complete circles by carefully stepping around the pedestal.
This horse has had prior experience with mounting the pedestal at liberty, however, most of those exercises were geared towards teaching Miss B to place all four feet on the pedestal with just subtle cues. This mare can freely and accurately pose with her two front feet on the pedestal, but has not yet figured out how to bring her rear feet up under her belly and on to the pedestal.
So, needless to say, her owner found another exercise that is also very impressive. The video below shows Miss B relaxed, yet concentrating on following her owner's suggestions to pivot her hind feet around the 36 inch pedestal for a couple of circles This was only the third session in which this exercise was practiced; Miss B's owner was extremely pleased with her horse's progress and cooperation.
Successful horse training involves both the horse and the human working together and enjoying the challenges. Recognize and reward your horse for her efforts and you, too, will soon be able to accomplish your trick training goals.