Honestly, I have never really been around stallions, and, I have been told that you have to be more assertive with them than geldings and mares. Where I am keeping Cowgirl, I feed the B.O.'s two stallions, clean their pens, etc.
It seems their ears are always pinned back when I'm around. They don't seem as friendly of horses as others sexes. Is this always the case? They never try to do anything mean, they just don't seem that friendly. They are also more high strung. My B.O rides a 12 yr old APHA stallion a lot. The horse is very responsive and works amazing with him, but for me, or other people, he disregards and acts more snobbish. Are stallions generally one-person horses?
Just wanted to know more about their personalities. And how I should act around them for saftey purposes and stuff.