Join Date: Apr 2013
Location: Baytown, TX Close to Houston
• Horses: 0
My daughter has a neighbor who recently bought a mare for her kids. When they got up this morning, the man across the streets wild Paso Fino stallion was in their pasture, breeding their mare. He bred her 3-4 times before they could get him off of her, as I said, he is wild. They're looking for answers as to how to tell signs of pregnancy, How early can they tell, and so forth. I told her that I believe there is something called a "misbred" shot, but the thing is, there is nothing to keep this from happening again, as the stallion is not properly secured, and does anyone know the legal ramifications to the owner of the stallion? The constable came out and witnessed everything, and said if it happens again, to call 911, since he is a wild stallion and very dangerous. We live in TX, and I thought there were laws regarding the size of enclosure a stallion could be kept in. I think it is a 6 ft. fence, or am I wrong? These people are really upset. The man did get a ticket, his story is that the mare trespassed on his property and lured his stallion over there, and helped him break out of his enclosure. Yes, as if!!
Last edited by cowgirllinda1952; 06-15-2013 at 01:07 PM.