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Walk around them as far as need be if they are close to any road, to cut them off. Then, slowly walk towards them, so you either catch them or herd them into a smaller, safer area. The most important thing is to keep them in a contained area and to keep in mind where the horse would go if they choose to walk or run away from you.
Act normal like how woul approach them when feeding or bathing, try not to be like your quietly trying to catch them off guard sorta limea predator stalking it's prey which will cause them to dash off. Give them space and just wait awhile than approach them in a calm relaxed state.
usually i shake the feed bucket my old horse would come a running. this one i dont know i think i would try to call him and if that dont work i would walk slowly with a treat in my hand for a reward if i could get to him wihout him moving away from me. if they walk away just wait and try again.
oh the times I've had to do this with my aunts horse.
Grain works best for him and when that didn't work, I would grab my horse(herd leader) walk him around near him and then walk back to the pasture. He'd typically follow behind.