I think he's a good horse hand. You can definitely do well following his suggestions.
Kind of surprised when I see his name in the Natural Horsemanship section. He's just a cowboy who ended up spending more time working colts than focusing on the cattle (though he's decent at that, too). Pretty much what all cowboys are, and have been, around here.
Don't get me wrong, though, I'm very glad he gets out and helps people with their horses. He has a better than average way of explaining things and encouraging horse owners to do better.