YES! Clinton Anderson will help you with all your training quirks!
Also, last year I halter broke this very SHY 2yo tb colt.
He wouldn't even let anyone get NEAR him let alone touch him, put anything near him NOR put a halter on.
I started by making a casual apperance each day, several times a day, or just as often as time let me.
Once he got used to who I was, and that I was going to talk and show him new attention, I began introducing myself more to him.
Young horses are curious! They have a whole new mind and they Are born with natural instincts. They are learning who people are too!
Introduce different objects, but don't rush to him. Show it to him, if he shys away take it away. Then he'll wonder - where did it go? Ignore it. Pretend it didn't happen. Introduce it again. This time let him make a small deal about it. Snorting, running away, biting and running... or if he stands, keep the halter close to him, but don't touch him if he's too shy. Move the halter around different area's of his body. Then without the halter, rub your hands over the hoses body. Let them feel the steady comfort. Introduce the halter more and take STEP by STEP. If one day you only accomplish standing on the left side of the horse, with the halter in your left hand and your right arm around his right side of his face/ muzzle.... let that be your achievement! Everything is brand new and every new experience begins at every new moment! ;]