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post #11 of 48 Old 07-25-2010, 10:18 PM
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My trainer did this because having a "relaxed" stud in the ring and such is much less then appropriate. The horses were only asked to put themselves away when outside of the stall and were supposed to being doing their jobs not relaxing.

It does not hurt the horse to ask him to not do this sort f behavior if it is something that bothers you.
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post #12 of 48 Old 07-25-2010, 10:18 PM
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NEVER EVER EVER HIT HIM! He is a stallion he will drop and he will get "friscky". If you dint like it don't own a stallion. If you hit him there your job as a stallion owner will be very hard. If you ever want to clean his sheath properly it would be hard if he is afraid to drop. HOw would you like it if some one smacked you in a sensative area? I might be wrong about this but that just sounds like a very unnessacery thing to do.
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Many stallions drop when they feel relaxed and he isn't really feeling in the mood. If he was, hed be trying to mount you lol.

Its a natural thing and I think punishing a stallion for feeling relaxed would be inappropriate.
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The yelling is not needed...

I don't personally own a stud/gelding who likes to drop but have merely stated what I've seen people around menus successfully. Hitting is a strong word over the Internet. I guess I shouldve said "tap". Like many things this is a personal opinion matter. Trust me, the stallion will still be happy to drop when presented a mare and allowed to breed. Letting him smack himself with his penis is obscene and not a relaxed horse if you ask me. Instead it's an unwanted behavior.
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Don't hit on the penis. If he is simply relaxed, why punish him for that? If he is being rude, smack him on the haunch, not his privates. You never want him to be afraid to drop in a humans presence, unless you never plan to handle him when he breeds.
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post #16 of 48 Old 07-25-2010, 10:36 PM Thread Starter
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yeah I know, I feel bad for punishing him for enjoying grooming and being relaxed. Just a little embarrasing.
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post #17 of 48 Old 07-25-2010, 10:40 PM
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I call this "belly banging". When they get a little excited and whack their man-bits off of their belly. It's pretty common, but I have seen studs allowed to do it and wind themselves up to the point where they start to become agressive/studdy. During grooming time is a pretty common time for this to happen. I give a little verbal correction 1st, then escalate from there. If all elsa fails, yep, I'll give him a little tap on the member with a brush. If he's just "hanging out" while being groomed/handled, I don't worry, but the belly banging is NOT acceptable IMO. We need our studs to know that when they are not in the field/stall that their pride should be tucked. I don't think it's unreasonable to expect them not to do that when being handled. None of them have a problem getting the job done in the breeding shed after a little tap on the bird with a brush.

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OK myhorsesonader. Im new here and don't want to argue with anyone. But my stallion is treated better than most humans. I know that Stallions will drop, but arent you supposed to teach them to drop i'll just be blunt now and ERECT when getting ready to be bred. What if he's trying to mount someone, should that be okay too? (no I know he's not going to mount a human). Just like us humans shouldnt masterbate in public.

My gelding drops all the time when when being groomed, but dropping and being erect and masterbating is different. Im just wondering when going to shows and being out in public what to do, it dosnt bother me in the least. And I've would never hurt my horse, I just mean I tap to get him to put it away when he does that. Shew....I was hoping this forum would be different from others..
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Zeke I agree, I don't think he'll have a prob dropping when appropriate, and like I said merely dropping is not the problem
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post #20 of 48 Old 07-25-2010, 11:30 PM
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Horse are not humans.

Stallions masturbate when they feel pleasure and it is inappropiate to hit them when they do. Mine used to until I trained him when he can drop and when he can't.

If you are a first time stallion owner then I suggest to talk to someone that shows stallions for they will be the most experienced in how to work them correctly when they are in public.
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