He's been a cowboy all of his life and I do not think he has still figured out how to jump on the 'Natural Horsemanship' bandwagon. His methods work very well, but he is really crude and his horses show the same lack of finesse that he shows ever time his interacts with them.
I have watched him twice in person -- about 3 years apart. The first time at the Oklahoma Horse Fair (I had a stallion there on the 'Stallion Alley'), and he was REALLY crude and there was NO finesse. It was pretty bad. Three years later, he was better, but still had a long way to go. 'Precession' is not his middle name.