Trust me, I hate the whole situation and would have him gelded along with an attitude adjustment if he was mine. I talked with him again last night, and I think I'm going to try to stay out of it from now on. I can't help with the breeding and my cousin's unsavyness, but I'll keep my horse with his.
Thank you for the insight, Cherie. I agree it won't fix his owner problem, but it would teach him some sort of manners. He's headed off to be bred Monday, so I won't be able to pasture him with my horse until he gets back. I'm very much hoping they'll bond, because he seems like the inquisitive type once you get past the behavioral issues.
My gelding's definitely got him beat size wise, at least for now. I'm impressed that your stud is well behaved around the bred mares!
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