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Stallion to Gelding attitude change?

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  • Gelding horses attitude
  • Attitude of a stallion

 
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    08-15-2008, 09:05 AM
  #11
Yearling
She didn't show him in 4-H when he was a stallion. She's in it now becuase he's a gelding. She told me yesterday she's trying to sell him. It breaks both of our hearts but he's just not the same anymore. :(
     
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    08-15-2008, 12:34 PM
  #12
Green Broke
I'd say shame on her. If she doesn't know enough about what happens when stallions are gelded she doesn't deserve what sounds to be a perfectly good horse if given the chance without his dangly bits.
     
    08-15-2008, 01:33 PM
  #13
Yearling
Excuse me this is my friend you are talking about! Watch your mouth!

He's just so different and she didn't have a choice. He was perfect when he was a stallion but her dad just called the vet out one day and told her she didn't have a choice in the matter. He's so dumb. :( I accually feel sry for Cody becuase he's just allways so sad. And I can't belive a horse jumping 4'6" suddenly won't even canter. It's sad and her dad won't let her get another stallion so she wants a mare. I think she wants a quarter horse or a friesian. Friesians are soooo exspensive but they are soooo beautiful.
     
    08-15-2008, 02:36 PM
  #14
Super Moderator
Just how long ago did she geld this horse? Are you sure the issue is with the gelding and not an injury?
     
    08-15-2008, 08:25 PM
  #15
Green Broke
I stand by what I said. I think it's sad to get rid of a horse for that sort of reason. Obviously horses change when they are gelded. Which is why some geldings are a lot more quiet in nature than a stallion I.e. - can be easier to handle.

There are so many horses out in the market right now with no guarantees that don't go to auction.
     
    08-16-2008, 11:29 AM
  #16
Yearling
Well if she's not happy riding it and doesn't enjoy being around him whats the point?
     
    08-16-2008, 12:45 PM
  #17
Green Broke
Horses should not be that disposable.
     
    08-16-2008, 04:02 PM
  #18
Yearling
Why would he be disposable if he goes to a home where they can use him for little kids. She wants a high strung jumper.
     
    08-16-2008, 07:36 PM
  #19
Super Moderator
Quote:
Originally Posted by Solon
Horses should not be that disposable.
The sad thing is... they are to tons of people... they can be trade in on a newer better taller fancier one w/out a second glance....


Are you SURE there is not something wrong w/ this horse? I've seen horses in there 20's get gelded and still perform as good as before if not better.

And just where was she jumping this horse 4 feet? I'm just really curious...
     
    08-17-2008, 10:20 AM
  #20
Yearling
She called the vet out two days ago and they said it was in top physical conditionl. She jumps him 4ft at her house. She showed him 2 and 3 ft. But now he won't even jump 1ft! Which is strange. She's not happy with him and he's miserable just standing in a stall all day long.
     

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