Thank you! He's sexy and he knows it :P.
I noticed a lot in all four videos you we walking with them as they moved.. Unless you were doing this on purpose I would not recommend it. You were also really "getting after them", with twirling the rope. I saw that both horses were very responsive & did not need to constant hounding, so maybe you (as the lunger-person) could back off, and use you cluck/kiss commands, along with putting action to words.. [When you want a trot verbalize the word before trying to intiate them in action.. Say "Trot." & if they don't pick up to trot, persuade them with the rope.]
I'm not sure if you were looking for advice, but I hope that was somewhat helpful! I was also not trying to say you weren't doing to correct thing, maybe I'm wrong and they need the constant reminder to 'keep moving'.
Also, horses KNOW where you're looking at them.. While lunging don't stare them in the face, especially not in the eye. They know
that you are fixating on them, and it's a lot of pressure! Pressure they do not like, lol. If you want them to move out more, stare at their butt >:)! Haha.
Again, I'm not sure if you knew any of this, just trying to help. [: