No nobody does know your horse or his situation but you are still asking for help with him... People are trying to suggest what might be the issue but you don't seem to be listening. The most important thing is to get that saddle fit checked. It may cost to do so but you can't skimp on these...
I'm astounded people think she is a good rider! Truly awful. KS deserves so much more than this. I hated the fact that a horse that loved to gallop and jump was going to be 'made' into a dressage horse anyway - such a terrible decision all round :(
He definitely should have had a ban for that awful (and so public!) display of temper and bad horsemanship. I didn't have an opinion of him before as I hadn't heard about his previous bad behaviour but now I do and it isn't good. I really feel for the horses he rides :(
He is rather lovely! On top of what others have said I would keep a line slightly more to the left next time as when he ran out you were quite a bit to the right (I think - forgive me if I'm wrong!). Onwards and upwards rather than downwards :D
I really don't understand some of the replies on this thread! You have every right to be peed off, I hope you get some joy through the courts. Don't let the buyer get away with it and stay off Ebay! ;) Wouldn't touch the site with a barge pole myself but that's just me :)
Hmmm OP I would broach this with your instructor. No disrespect but you may need to find different 'buttons' when using your legs (and to keep him straight too!). At the moment your pony isn't listening and whacking him with the whip isn't really teaching very him much except to expect pain if...
Even my non horsey mum pointed out the horse wasn't right after the ditch debacle and said 'told you it wasn't happy' when it turned turtle over the other fence. So why the hell didn't Aofie notice it wasn't right?? Shocking riding :(