Okay, out of sheer chance, I did catch an episode last night of him working with that TB. He was riding the TB doing the cruising lesson. I was relieved to see that he does acknowledge a difference between hot bloods and the QH's he normally trains. When the TB broke gait at the canter, he took he time correcting him and never pushed him over the edge. Maybe he did learn something after the other TB Pitch went lame.
He did still do far more than I would have liked to see in a single session, and cringed about the slinky neck that horse is going to have after all that side to side stuff he does with them that can only loosely be called "flexing". I think if that TB could talk, several times last night, he would have said, "Stop I get it already!!!"
But overall I was happier than I expected to be with what I saw.
You just have to see your distance...you don't have to like it.