A horse that has kicked out like this one you posted about doesn't need to be set up to do it again - he will do it and harder each time.
I like the above video. The horse is not set up at all, it is normal behaviour for him. When he finds out that a stock whip across his backside hurts, he is only to willing to stand back.
The fact he is wary to move to the handler, is good, he is showing respect for the fact that a human can and will give him good cause to think where he stands in the pecking order.
The trainer rewards the standing back with a pat on the head and then leaves the horse to eat.
I would bet that within a week a toddler could go in to feed that horse and it would stand back!