Just wanted to update the outcome. I tried to work out a way for the mom to ride with the colt in the trailer, however that did not work out. The hualer assured me everything would be ok. The trailering did go fine. The colt was tied in the trailer however the halter came off twice and then the colt was left loose in the trailer. The colt was calm during the trailering. We got him to my house and he seemed calm and unloaded well. The seller stayed with him for an hour to make sure all was well. We had him in a 12 foot by 12 foot Nobel Panel 5 foot high stall that was located under my 16 foot by 16 foot shelter. Everyone had left and I stayed with the colt for 30 minutes and then went to get a bucket of water. Gone for 2 minutes and on return I see the colt ram the 400 lb Nobel stall and shift it 1 foot (stall on dirt). Then the colt reared up, legs on upper rail and jumped out of the stall. The colt now was loose in the 1/2 acre pasture. The fence in this area is not the best and some only 4 feet tall. If the colt got out of this area, he would have headed to the jungle mountains and surely be gone. I called the seller and asked if she would head back and help. We just watched the colt and let him run and tried to prevent him from trying to leave the pasture. After 5 minutes he slowly walked back into the stall and I slowly closed the gate. Owner showed up and I boarded up the gate area to prevent jumping again. I also enclosed the stall with T-11 plywood to give the stall a calming effect, still with plenty of light and ventilation in the top area. The plywood also prevented the colt from trying to jump the other stall panel sides. After 24 hours the colt seems to have forgotten about his mom. I can let him go in the 1/2 acre pasture and he is fine. He is doing very well. He did get a small cut from a bolt when he jumped the gate. Nobel panel worked great and very well made. Things could have turned out a lot worse.