Originally Posted by Cherie
Just find a very safe place and tie him up all day until he settles down. They are pretty unridable and untrainable as long as they are this upset and reactive. We have always just tied them out away from horses until they get over it and accept life as it is.
I totally agree with what Cherie has said. I just add that you or someone else should try to offer a drink of water from a bucket, but only after the horse settles down somewhat. Also, tie the horse high, above wither height and short. Another safety factor is for whoever is keeping an eye on the horse is for them to have a very sharp serrated rope cutting knife handy just for in case the horse gets himself into trouble while tied. Just one day of this training session may not be enough. It might take several days of repeated sessions before the horse accepts his being trained the concept of what patience means.
If by chance the horse does not drink water when offered a horse can go 12 hours before actually needing water.