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RC: Re: Stallion behavior

Not that I am real experience or anything but I own a stallion and I have two mares on the property with him, I can ride him next to a mare in full heat and he never even mumbles, I have never had to hit him, when he looks like he is going to do something I don't find apropriate I just point a finger at him and tell him to knock it off, he backs off, so maybe I am just lucky, but I feel that if you teach them with a loving hand but firm.  They only due what they are allowed to do, and somethings you have to admit are just natural to being a stallion but with time and work they all can be managed.

Baby (mom he's looking at me)

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