I have a new seven year old TWH. For the last two years he has been used for a stud horse. Before I bought him, he was cut because I didn't have a need for a stallion. He was cut on November 1, 2011. I brought him home on November 14, 2011. I was very excited and could not wait to ride him. I noticed around my other horses he still acted what I will call studdly. He would drop his manlyhood and call out to the other horses. I would have to correct him and calm him down. I would ride up and down my road in front of the barn and the other horses. He was interested in the other horses but when I corrected him he would calm down and pay attention to my cues. Then I took him on our first ride. I rode him w/ a friend because I was not sure how he would do. He reared up just a little trying to get to the mare, I brought him into a one rein halt. Then I had him go on down the road. I didn't have any trouble untill we came across some other riders on the trail. He started calling to them, I touched him w/ my spurs and encouraged him to go on and not pay attention to them. He wanted to follow them and reared just a little again. I brought him to a one rein halt again and them encouraged him to go on pass them. He hesitated and I had to spur him and get him going. I called the guy that I bought the horse from, he said he thought the horse was still acting like a stud at that give him a little time and he would be fine. He thought it was because he had been used as a stud for the last two years. Does anyone have any thoughts on this. I really like this horse and hope that this is just a tempory behavior and will be able to stop it soon. I haven't had a chance to ride him again because of the weather. Help!!!