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    07-13-2012, 11:47 PM
Originally Posted by paintedpastures    
Well when you have more than one mare cycling they will show also to each other & the geldings

Now THAT is funny. I also noticed I think my other mare is following the other mares lead and also going into heat, but not so strongly that she is loving on the gelding.

So glad my colt isn't big enough at all yet. XD Hopefully not even capible of that at five months.
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    07-13-2012, 11:51 PM
Has to be good looking sexy geldings used as teasers only though. Yes, some mares are skanky and will show to any strange horse, doesn't even have to have a weiner.
    07-14-2012, 01:43 AM
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Flicka will go from stall to stall at the barn seeing if she can get any of the geldings hot and bothered.
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    07-14-2012, 02:00 AM
The TB mare where I board is such a hussy when she comes into heat. She'll tease everyone - the Andalusian stallions, my TB gelding, the Perch/Standardbred gelding, the Mini stallions... My poor Reno's just like "what? Why is my best friend being so weeeeeiiiiird?"
    07-14-2012, 10:30 AM
Mares will definitely do that, all of mine do. I have one gelding with four mares and boy is he one lucky duck. He is a well muscled Appaloosa gelding with lots of color and that must get those mares going. XD He has no idea what he's doing, though, he just bites them and they scream at him. I took him to his first show a few days ago and there was a mare in heat stalled next to him. She was such a hussy and poor Moe had no idea what to do. (He just stared at her with his head raised real high.) I ended up tying him up on the other side of the stall by another gelding so he'd calm down for the show. He always insists on walking real sexy-like when we are around other mares, so I guess he just brings it upon himself. XD
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    07-14-2012, 10:35 AM
Alli as only been hussie enough to present herself to 1 particuar gelding, Ted, and he was very happy to return the attntion :/ They were such a pair thoses two!! He was the first gelding she was tured out with for about 5 years so Alli was like "OMG a BOY, lets FLIRT!!"

She's never shown this kind of inclination towards Pip though, then again, he's ALWAYS trying to get her attenton, season or no season so she's probably sick of him!
    07-15-2012, 11:31 PM
We bought a young mare who was kept on a breeding farm with three intact studs and never displayed any mare-ish behavior. We brought her home and she took one look at our gelding and started winking and squirting all over the place! Similarly, we recently brought home a very young gelding and when we turned him out with the others, our elder mare went right up to him and presented herself to him. Now we are talking he is 2 and she is 23! Talk about a cradle robber!
    07-15-2012, 11:39 PM
Sounds like a couger to me.
    07-16-2012, 12:02 AM
And then some!
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    07-16-2012, 12:08 AM
The mares can't tell a gelding is gelded. There's one mare where I board who CANNOT be around my gelding when she's in heat. She gets so randy at the sight of his lovely Arabian face that she is simply overcome with lust and cannot function. LOL. Its only with my horse too.
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