Hmm, I'd suspect then that he's just playing you...maybe. I'm not there to see it, but that's what it sounds like to me. Instead of going and getting him, see if he will come to you...get HIM to catch YOU. If he shows no interest walk toward his hind end (but stay out of the kick zone!). This will create curiosity and when he looks at you walk away from him. If he is indeed just playing you, you need to play the game back. Here's a good thing to remember: 2 eyes, no pressure, 1 eye, a little pressure, no eyes, a lot of pressure. If he does leave you drive him away with more energy. You aren't wanting to be aggressive or anything, but think of this as a game. The only time he gets to stop is when he gives you 2 eyes. But you have to remember to keep your energy low enough where he feels like he COULD look at you...sometimes our energy is so high that it's like a wall to the horse and they CAN'T look at us. When he does look at you walk away, this creates draw.