I remembered this little clip of my mare when she was two months pregnant. She started acting like a stallion.
The mare in the stall was her best friend, but we had to separate them, because my mare tried to cover her best friend and all the other mares in the pasture. Lol.
That is funny! Makes me wish that we had gotten a video of my sister's mare doing "stallion talk" to her daughter and second-in-command while they were all tied to the horse trailer. The two mares responded to the boss mare as though they were meeting for the first time and were responding back. We were rolling in laughter at the sight. Never saw that coming when we went to a stable to go on a ride with two baby hungry mares that were calling out to see if there were any available stallions. LOL
HAHAHA that's hilarious!!! And OMG Stella is just the most BEAUTIFUL horse I think I've ever seen, seriously, if she disappears, don't come looking in Ohio, oh no, she won't be there at ALL
She even started doing, as SunnyDraco puts it, "The stallion talk" to people. Nippping and biting them.
I even got the question, "Oh my, is that a Stallion!?"
SunnyDraco; Horses are so weird (and funny) sometimes, and I guess that's one of the reasons why we love them so much.
VanlillaBean, Thank you! I'm looking forward to the foal myself.
If she gets a great baby, I'm thinking of breeding her again, not this year but next year. I want to see how the baby turns out.
I'm already looking at stallions. Either it will be a German riding pony stallion or a Welsh Cob stallion.
The Ladies. (Queens if you ask them.)
Emita is the guilty one - concerning Stellas ugly mane. . Very vell, It will grow out.