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gelding a stallion

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Posted by: kimlucky13 at Tue Feb 12 13:26:32 2008  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by kimlucky13 ]  
   

I have a 5 y/o mini stallion who is an attitudal jerk a lot of the time. He is very moody, at one time he'll let you do things with him and other times he rears and bites at you. I have tried letting him out into the pasture with my mare and her 7 month old baby, hoping he would chill out, but for 2 hours I ran around the pasture trying to keep him from killing them. My mare is pregnant by him and the baby on the ground is his so obviously he's bred. Will gelding him at this point help anything or will he continue to be a big jerk? I am new to horses large and small and not experienced with stallions and he is making me crazy.

Kim


   

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