The rearing is not your concern. This thread is not about rearing, it's about slowing down.
Let me just make this perfectly clear to you. I DO NOT have a bad horse and he is NOT a PROBLEM!!! He's YOUNG and needs TRAINING! He got almost none at the ranch he was at before I bought him. They told the people to kick to go and pull back until he stops. I trained him to rear on command, and guess what!? He rears ON COMMAND! All you did, was read what I wrote which was only about a problem I had, then looked at my picture and judged. You don't know anything about his personality, how smart he is, how willing, how forgiving and now you're calling him a bad horse and a problem. That's like saying, "Oh, your horse weaves, that's a problem, it's a bad horse."
Now that that's over . . . Thanks everyone for the advice, I'm going to see him right now and we'll see how it works out.
Your greatest weakness is God's greatest opportunity to show His strength through your life if you are willing to trust Him.
~Give. Me. Faith. -Elevation Church