Okay, I will do both of your suggestions. Thanks for the help!!
When breaking a horse, one of the most important things is getting them to respect your hand. That means being very explicit with what you want, and directing with your legs. It's important to avoid pulling on their face unless if you are asking them of something, and to reinforce it with other aids such as your eyes and legs so that they start to understand what the rein means. At this point, all he may know is to follow his inctincts and run away from pressure, which is very important to remember because he may not understand your hand.