Does anyone have any ideas which may help us with a 3 year old who has obviously never seen a car before. Win arrived on Monday and after gradual introduction to the horses on the yard it was decided today that he should go out in the field with them as he is meant to be a grass livery anyway. However I decided to play it safe and lead him in a pressure halter just in case which turned out just as well because we had to lead him the 200 yards along the road to the field. He was rather scared and on his toes which I expected as he has been in since Monday after all. However just as we got to the field gateway a car came zooming along and made no attempt to slow down whatsoever, Winston was terrified, He reared up and made an attempt to bolt.(thankgod for the halter) I managed to stop him and asked him to stand quietly,which once he had done so I then patted him and told him what a good lad he was.Then almost immediately another car came along going twice as fast as the first with a noisy exhaust to boot and Winston went up again and again tried to bolt. However when this didn't work he tried to kick me in an attempt to break free. I shouted at him and he immediately stopped and stood calmly as I had asked. However I am now concerned as obviously he will have to be brought in from the field and we are bound to meet more traffic. His field is next to the road so he will at least now see traffic coming past but did I handle this correctly as I'm not experienced with this kind of training and what can we do that will safely ensure he gets used to traffic without putting him or me or any other road user in danger. He is due to be backed soon and I'm the person who will be riding him to prepare him for his owner(my friend that owns him)and obviously don't want him to be scared of anything on the road for her sake.