Yeah, that's a good idea GallopingGuitarist. I'm also going to try to not get off of him in the same spot every time too, different spots each time to keep him from getting the habit. And I'm the only one who rides him, I'm basically training him to be sold, which I had no idea until today. I'm a little sad because I've worked hard on him and I hate to see him go. I know it sounds like he has problems, but he was much worse. He had no ground manners and loved to buck and was cinchy and liked to raise his leg at you when walking behind. Now he's a lot better, he just has a few riding problems that need to be worked out. All this hard work and he's leaving
. They didn't say whether or not they were buying him, and I don't think they will because they were buying it for their teenage daughter and when she rode him she had more problems than I did! You cannot be gentle or passive with this horse. You have to have a firm hand with him, I mean I'm not really rough with him, you just have to remind him you're the rider and he's the horse.