Jazz is settling into training very well. His life changed overnight, getting gelded and hauled for the first time in a trailer and moved to a his new home. He handled it all very well. He is a trusting horse and not fearful. We loaded him after the sedative wore off following his surgery and he loaded in about 15 minutes, without struggle and rode quietly for the hour drive to his new home. I currently have him in a round pen outside during the day and in a stall in the overnight hours. The first few days he squealed at the gelding in the stall next to him. This has improved to a simple sniff to be sure he is the same gelding and no squealing. Jazz is healing from his surgery with very little swelling as I exercised him twice daily for the first week following surgery and he is self exercising as he walks the pen watching "his" herd. He enjoys being outside where he can see all the horses and talk to them. In this first week Jazz has learned to lunge through all three transitions, w/t/c both freely and on a line, back when asked and pick up his front feet for cleaning. He is a little unsure about his back feet so we are working on that. He is flexing left and right and doesn't seem to mind when I lay over his back and rub from both sides. Jazz is smart, sweet, bold and has a really pretty floating trot.