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post #11 of 42 Old 06-14-2011, 05:16 PM
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I'm not sure what you're referring to when you say he has to be kept a stallion for 'agricultural purposes'.

There are certain tax deductions for breeding operations, but you don't necessarily need a stallion on the premises.

I'm with GH; color me skeptical.

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post #12 of 42 Old 06-14-2011, 05:21 PM
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i will try this but it will be after the baby is born. My baby wont be near the horse until I know he is safe. Im not worried about me getting hurt I don't want someone else getting hurt.. I believe I ca get through to him its just going to take time and patience.. I don't believe in giving up on a horse.. I have a johhny be good stick and a round pen that is calling his name after the baby is born. I havent touched him in almost 2 months.. but as soon as I can get out there after the baby is born I will.
The longer you wait to get him back in control the more dangerous the situation will get. You still have three months in your pregnancy left, and I'm no mother, but I know that babies require a HUGE amount of your time, so I doubt you'll be able to give him the consistant daily work that he will need for days to fix the problem for at least 6 months.

I still think its in your horse's and your best interest to sell him.
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first of all I know what im doing when it comes to horses.. I've handled studs before.. im trying to figure out a nicer way to break him instead of beating him everytie he rears.. I've been training my own horses since I was twelve and everyone has turned out great.. I've ust never had to deal with a rearer that tried hurting people.. and its agricultural purposes. We have to have one mare and one stud on our property to lower property taxes. My only thought is to teach him a lesson that he wont forget everytime he rears.. since yall are no help.
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I'm not sure what you're referring to when you say he has to be kept a stallion for 'agricultural purposes'.

There are certain tax deductions for breeding operations, but you don't necessarily need a stallion on the premises.

I'm with GH; color me skeptical.
we have the papers for the agricultural and we have to keep the stud on our farm. We have no where else to keep him.. my parents arnt selling him because we don't have the money to get another when needed every three years. He's on my parents land is why they wont let me sell him because were livin on their land and they are using my animals a a tax rideoff for me living there
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post #15 of 42 Old 06-14-2011, 05:25 PM Thread Starter
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and yes a baby does take a lot of time but as long as im living on my parents land they said they would watch him when I went out there to mess with him that's the only way I can go out there
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i will try this but it will be after the baby is born. My baby wont be near the horse until I know he is safe. Im not worried about me getting hurt I don't want someone else getting hurt.. I believe I ca get through to him its just going to take time and patience.. I don't believe in giving up on a horse.. I have a johhny be good stick and a round pen that is calling his name after the baby is born. I havent touched him in almost 2 months.. but as soon as I can get out there after the baby is born I will.
There is a diffrence between giving up and realizing your in over your head.

How much longer till the baby is born hu? He has laready sat for 2 months knowing he is the boss. How much longer is he going to get to think that??

Please think about his and your future.

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post #17 of 42 Old 06-14-2011, 05:30 PM
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and yes a baby does take a lot of time but as long as im living on my parents land they said they would watch him when I went out there to mess with him that's the only way I can go out there
What happens when mom and dad aren't home? And why are they letting you work with a dangerous horse when you are six months pregnant?
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just because I havent messed with him don't mean he isnt getting messed with.. I have 3 more months and I have a friend coming out to longe him 3 or 4 times a week so he is still getting a workout.. he's not just sitting there.
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If you've handled studs before and are experienced in doing so you must then realize that they often will act up and rear. He's acting aggressively towards you because he knows he's the boss and he can get away with it. When dealing with a stallion you can't always get away with being gentle. Horses are big tough animals and while I don't condone any excessive abuse, sometimes you need to put a stud in it's place. Use a chain, carry a whip, use a "rearing bit", whatever it takes to get him to respect your space and respect you. As I've said, if you don't already know and realize this then you shouldn't be handling a stud and you've already let him walk all over you.
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post #20 of 42 Old 06-14-2011, 05:31 PM
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first of all I know what im doing when it comes to horses.. I've handled studs before.. im trying to figure out a nicer way to break him instead of beating him everytie he rears.. I've been training my own horses since I was twelve and everyone has turned out great.. I've ust never had to deal with a rearer that tried hurting people.. and its agricultural purposes. We have to have one mare and one stud on our property to lower property taxes. My only thought is to teach him a lesson that he wont forget everytime he rears.. since yall are no help.
He isnt sume cute little foo foo cudly poo. If you have a method that works then use it. If you want him to remember why not to rear you can't be a softy.

If you've had a stud before you should know how to handle one.

IMHO it's rude of your parents to think about there taxes before your safty.

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