Stallions are meant for experienced horse people. It doenst matter if they have supeiour temperments and have never hurt someone or a mare or a gelding or another stallion. They can be dangerous, no matter if they are a mini or a percheron stallion. They are still intact with those hormones and react as such in ceartain situations. I have known stallions that ride well with mares and geldings, and pasture with them just fine, while other stallions must be seperated. I have never owned any stallions, but I hope to in the future once I get more experience under my belt with the breeding side of things and genetics lol. It all depends on the individual stallion if they are distratected by mares, can be pastured/ridden with other horses, temperement, ect. The rule of thumb is to treat every stallion the same, with respect but to never let them gain an inch and watch them all the time. Why are you interested in getting a stallion? What kind of experience do you have? Horses that are kept intact should be done so if they are extreme quality of the breed, and to represent them as such.
Shaneequah, 1998 gaited Bashkir CurlyxArab mare
Treyue, 1999 3-gaited Icelandic gelding
Loki, 2001-2015 Icelandic gelding