head at

head someone or something at someone or something

to point or aim someone or something toward someone or something. He headed the boat at the island and sped off. I headed Rachel at her brother, whom she hadn't seen for thirty years.
See also: head
References in classic literature ?
For the Gump, already high in the air, turned its head at Tip's command and gradually circled around until it could view the roof of the palace.
Each of our three patients was struck in the head at close range.
Did the company attempt to determine what value it might have in a sale, and weigh that against the value to be realized by enriching Head at company expense even as it made a sale of the company much less attractive?
Here's why: At the same rotation rate, bits on a smaller-diameter disk travel beneath the head at a slower speed because they are closer to the center of rotation.