I raised the draw reins. I should maybe have said at the time that I didn't particularly have a problem with them - they're pretty loose. I just think that if you're going to arrange a PR opportunity in these circumstances, to show him 'relaxing' at home, recovering from a bad experience, they're not the best look. If they have any PR nouse, they'd also take the opportunity to show that he was a suitable horse for the competition and was good to be ridden by different riders. Again, the draw reins don't really create that picture. If you're going to arrange a PR opportunity in these circumstances, footage of him ambling about on a gentle hack would be far better but appreciate his location might not mean that's possible. Second best would be ambling about on a loose rein with a few strides of trot thrown in and maybe a short canter up the long side.