In this paper, a new initial rotor angle position estimation method for the sensorless high-speed brushless direct current (DC) motor (HS-BLDCM) is proposed. Two groups of special three-phase conduction current pulse signals are injected into the three phases of the motor, and the mathematical formulation for the initial angle position estimation is illustrated. The initial rotor position is expressed as a function of the line voltage, the phase current derivative, and the average value of d–q frame stator inductance. Particularly, the independent parameters of the initial rotor angle position are eliminated in the mathematical model. The cooperative simulation results based on Maxwell and Simplorer and the experimental results demonstrate that the proposed method is effective with the estimation error less than 0.2 deg electrical in simulation and 5 deg electrical in experiment.