09-28-2010, 09:20 PM
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Sorry, don't know what procedures there may be, but if he's matured with this behaviour, it's likely it won't change too much even if he's now cut properly. It will have become a learned behaviour.
If he isn't actually able to breed(proud cut can mean diff things to diff people), and he's reasonably sociable with other horses, I'd be inclined to keep him with your other horses. I would only separate them if he was capable & you didn't want foals(assuming you have mares), &/or he was unsocialised & inclined to get too aggressive with other horses. Even then, keeping him with one gelding may be OK. You may find that his behaviour when being ridden etc is better if he's otherwise not frustrated & kept alone too.