He was never limited time out he was on 20 acres but there was literally no grass we were feeding hay, it was all brush and undergrowth, and he had a companion there but he didn't move to this pasture with him, I've never given grain to catch he always came to his name being called. So, it must be the move, it is a much busier area, the fairgrounds are right across the road, more traffic etc. so maybe that's upsetting him but I always have ridden him in the ditch along busy roads past farms, animals, people etc. nothing has ever phased this guy. I know I need to get him to respect me because obviously I've been spoiling him too much and I did let go of the lead rope and let him go when he bolted, but I did go back and get him and talked stern to him and brought him up. I'm going to work on that this week when the fair is over and the grounds are quiet, too much going on there right now. Also, if he behaves well with the leading etc. I will ride him in the pasture and try correcting any problems he gives me there, also it will be a much softer landing:) The two other horses in with him are fine, they don't give me or him trouble at all. I noticed today after observing for awhile that he is doing alot of head bobbing and this is new as I've never seen him do this before, even when on him own he has his head up and bobbing alot, what does this mean? Thanks for any help as I am a beginner and very determined to do this right and get my nice horse back.