Well, that makes sense to me!
I realize you don't want them to have free reign as it can be very dangerous and we sure don't want that. I am learning a little bit at a time, I can promise you I won't be saddling him up first thing tomorrow but at some point after he's been broken I would like to give him a shot and see how he acts with me riding him. I do like what you said about them not coming into your territory and respecting your space because if the get use to not respecting your space a larger version of that same foal (lol thanks for the corrections ealier on my spelling) has just turned into a very territorial and dangerous animal. So, again I completely understand and greatly appreciate the advice. Right now I feel he has as I said before been abused so any telling him "NO" or "STAY" isn't the best for him as he is skiddish and jerks away from you and squints his eyes as if he is bracing for the hit which is very sad someone would hit a horse but there are some very sorry people in the world, training purposes I can understand but never hitting them in the face I think that's just terrible!