He did flat and sticks!
I didn't have the time he needed.
He was very much a one person horse, very protective and if anyone distracted you from him, they'd know about it.
He'd been treated really badly before I got him, was terrified of sweeping brushes and if you shouted at him for being naughty he'd rush to the back of the stable cowering, as if you were going to beat him.
He had a lot of issues with people as a whole. I met a lovely guy through my vet and he fell in love with him, so I let him take him on permanent loan, never to be sold etc.
It was flattering at first that he was so protective, but he was nasty with it sometimes. He would only let me near him, well except for his new owner!