I watched this one.
He's clearly spent a lot of time on the horse to train him that way. Some of the things I am not a fan of. The FAST spin? Not a fan because the horse isn't doing his footwork properly and is quite literally trying to jump around as fast as he can. At least, in my opinion on how a spin should be done; it should be smooth and fluid.
When he's doing all those little rollbacks early in the video, I can't say I'm particularly impressed with how the horse is using his body ... or rather, not
using his body. His head is throwing around a lot, rather than making the movements from the hind end. Just doesn't look right.
I'm not too bothered by the tail swishing because a lot of horses do that (look at most high level dressage horses) when you are doing a lot of leg aides.
Watched this one:
Eh. He seems to explain things good but I personally am not fond of his method. He's not jerking on the reins, but he's still making the horse stick his nose out in the air. I realize his goal is not softness in this video .... but why allow your horse to keep doing it over and over again? Sure, you'll teach him to walk. But he's going to stick his nose out in the air every time you pick up that rein contact.
He didn't use the reins much in Part 2
but later in the video when he went to pick up the reins, that head shot up.
Again, looks like he spent a lot of time with the horse and is really getting him spur trained. Not a fan of how he teaches the horse not
to use it's body correctly. IMO
But he does seem to talk things through well, for the listener.
Just like any trainer, there will be things you agree with and things you disagree with. But most of the time, you can still usually draw useful information.