Hey girl Kudos to you for standing up for your mare and her rights not to be molested by some unknown unwanted (by you and your horse at least) stallion. I totally agree with the poster that said you shouldn't have a stallion if you need to keep him at someone else s place for free and have to move him on the spur of the moment.
Stallions are as a rule not welcomed in most boarding situations that I have been involved with and there is a reason for that. Many are unruly and plain ornery.
I think GOD every day that I have my own land that I can keep my babies at home. We only have about 13 acres but for my guys its enough :) and I am thanking my lucky stars that I don't have to deal with stupid, rude ppl and their undisciplined rowdy horses ( ha ha only my own undisciplined rowdy horses LOL)
Is this "Camilla" dame insane? Never mind the fact she is putting a stud in a pasture with a bunch of horses, she was going to put him in with a strange mare! Mares can kick the crap outta stallions if they are not fully in heat & he gets fresh. The land owner has some decent brains in his head. Any 1/2 way knowledgable horse person isn't going to turn out a stud in any old pasture w/o making sure it's studproofed. I sure the heck wouldn't. Who would be liable if a kid rode her mare who happened to be in heat past the field & the stud broke thru the fence? I throw out this scenario because it happened to a friend of mine when we were kids. She was riding her pony mare down the road, a stallion jumped the fence & mounted the mare & during this commotion, my friend was knocked to the ground & stepped on & broke her arm. Her parents sued the stallion owner & the property owner. After the lawsuit, the municipality in which this took place made a new bylaw about stallions & 6 ft high fences. By the way, the little mare didn't have a foal, that would've been another lawsuit.