I'm in the same situation, but in a shorter period of time. He's at a friend of mine's barn at the moment, he's been there for about a month and will be there for another month. We built a fence at my house and I brought him out here the other day and it took a lot of backing him up and correcting him to get him in the trailer. We got him to my house and a day later we had to bring him back to the stables because every time I would go back inside my house he'd try to push the fence down, I'm surprised it's still up. I had no problem loading him back on the trailer to bring him back to the barn. I really don't have time to work with him at the barn but I will when he gets home and I hope he learns to trust me. He'll be able to come back when we get the poles cemented and electric tape put up.