Join Date: Apr 2013
Location: Minnesota, USA, Planet Earth
I would start at the ground, like the others have said, don't show any fear, assert your dominance, and, as bad as it sounds-if he deserves it-don't be afraid to smack him! Just once. If he crowds you, carry a crop so that he runs into that and not you! If you cannot handle this job-don't be afraid to get a trainer!! Just remember, he sounds kinda dangerous, so do please be careful.
Once your ground work is rock solid and he respects you, you can start to ride him. Take care-if you can't control him on the ground, you very likely cannot control him in the saddle.
Be careful and good luck!!
Pshh....I don't procrastinate, I just do unimportant things VERY productively! Be a frootloop in a cheerio world!