11-02-2009, 02:12 PM
| || | Wild horses don't get any treatment for anything, so they can and do die from disease, infection, etc.
Domesticated horses live a vastly different lifestyle than a wild horse. They are asked to work and get sweaty multiple times per week. They are confined to spaces much smaller than the areas wild horses roam. They get fed an artificial diet. They are kept on soft ground or dirt --- these are ALL perfect breeding grounds for smegma (junk) buildup in a horse's sheath.
Anyways, wild horses can't get cleaned, and so can suffer for it. But they also live in different conditions, so likely have a different pattern for buildup as well.
Yes and no... kinda. Haha.
i think it stays a lot cleaner if they are 'using it'