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RE: [RC] geldiing an an older stallion-question for Angie and others - Katie Hogg

I know this is a late reply but I'm sure my boy was gelded late in life.
I know almost nothing of his history but he has some very strong
stallion qualities that makes me almost certain he was gelded later
rather then earlier. He's very mouthy, very protective of his girls and
aggressive towards the other geldings. Hes constantly stopping to sniff
manure. I've never seen him mount a mare but he boards away from home so
he could for all I know. He is also extremely vocal. Whenever he meets a
new horse he squeals loudly. 
Hes has pretty good manners otherwise and is quite easy to handle. 


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-----Original Message-----
From: ridecamp-owner@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:ridecamp-owner@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of
michelle@xxxxxxxxxxx
Sent: Sunday, July 29, 2007 5:51 AM
To: ridecamp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [RC] geldiing an an older stallion-question for Angie and
others

I've heard that a stallion that is gelded later in life still acts
stallionish? Is this true? Does it matter if he's bred a mare before or
not?

I know I read on ridecamp that Angie got a stallion, 7 years old I
think, and then I think she said she just had it gelded. Can you keep us
up to date on how he behaves in his training?

Just courious. Something else to think about besides Tevis.

Michelle



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