Well, John did it tonight. He is going to be cut tomorrow. He got Sis completely down and started chewing on her and was charging me and Denny while I was trying to catch Denny and put him in a smaller pen. Up until this point, he has been very well behaved for a stud but no more. Sis is just way to old and frail to be contending with a stud that weighs much more than 2 times what she does. She is about 28 after all. Ooh, I wanted to just beat him within an inch of his life but I know that it is just his nature. That is the nature of a stud and should serve as a learning story for those who are thinking about keeping a stud without the proper knowledge and a really good, sturdy place to keep him by himself......... DON'T! They are dangerous and can hurt you or any other horse. They are completely unpredictable, regardless of how well trained they may seem, you can never trust them.
Anyway, enough ranting. I really hope he enjoys his last day as a stud tied short to the trailer. :( Gigantic s**thead.
He could have made a great stud but you know what they say, no matter how good the stud, they always make a better gelding.