I assume (i know its wrong, I do it anyway) that this horse attended a clinic with monty roberts, was helped and then turned out to pasture. This is what I have pieced together from your posts (here and another asking for help) That is the problem with clinicians. They round up a whole bunch of 'trouble' horses to oooh and ahhh the crowds and then they move on to the next clinic. Are those horses helped? Absolutly. Can they retain one memory of a good experience and forget all the bad? NO. While your horse is very pretty and im sure you have a good bond with him, if he went from 'unfixable' to 'fixed' you wouldnt have to ride him on a lunge line.
Back to Monty. I like Monty Roberts as a horse trainer, better than any of the other 'natural' trainers out there. More than that, I think he is a fair person who I have had several conversations with. Monty is an old man of atleast 60 who has worked with horses his ENTIRE life. While many do not completly agree with his method, you have to give the man some respect as he has trained some great horses and is still doing it in his later years. Promoting yourself as better than a great horseman is disrespectful and just plain incorrect. I know you have run into some resistance on this forum and that can be a bit harsh. I understand that you are trying to help your horse but bragging about your skills and refusing advice I (yet continuing to ask for it) is just silly. We were all young and full of ourselves at one time. You will have that moment when you realize that you are not a horse trainer and this isnt "The Black Stallion". I just hope you realize that before you get hurt.