I just wanted to provide a final update for this thread. Romeo was doing well with having people stand above him, and all forms of ground work were going really well. He allowed people to approach him in the pasture for a pet, he was leading and yielding to pressure well, he was easy to deworm, gets an A+ from the farrier, and packed a saddle blanket around without batting an eye. I felt he was ready for the right person to come along and take him to the next level, with my schedule I just didn't have the time to both start my three year old under saddle and further his training.
After filtering through many buyers, and refusing some who made offers, I finally found(or should I say she found us?) the perfect buyer. Romeo liked her right away, and she has the time and knowledge to continue his training, and most importantly she is willing to take the time to get him where he needs to be. I had a very hard time letting him go, but I'm so happy to see him in what looks like such a great home. Thanks again for all your help and support