Good gosh, if that's what 60 days of my training looked like, I'd hang up my bridle and call it quits .
I got my colt back after 3 months (paid for 60 days so some of that was down-time) and I don't even know if he canters. Honestly. The trainer I used said he got him to canter one direction in the round pen but not the other, so he started riding him out on the trails. (Which is what I want, a trail horse). My guy is a bit spooky and hesitant but basically honest. I think he is going to be okay. But I paid for 60 days and I don't even know if I have a horse that canters under saddle.
My colt also has bridling issues that started before training but the trainer didn't work on it. And my colt didn't know how to back out of a trailer before he left (we always turned him around) and the trainer didn't work on THAT either. So I think I got a lazy trainer.
The main problem I saw with the video (as a layman) is that the horse was very hollow. Like maybe saddle fit was an issue or ???
Gosh Smrobs, I wish you were closer. I would have sent my gelding to you. He's a good boy, just very green. It's been a long hard struggle for us.