Originally Posted by kristy
Dominating a 1200 pound aggressive stallion can be over whelming, especially when being bred.
That is exactly my point. If the stallion is aggressive, then he should be cut.
While it is unrealistic to think that every stallion you encounter
Is a baby, (or have known as a baby.) (that is why I recommend training with someone experienced before owning a stallion.) I don't think that it is unrealistic to think that every stallion you own
you have raised since a baby. If you want a stallion, you do your research, buy a stud colt, raise him and promote him.
This is how you better the breed. By only breeding as quality as you can to the highest quality you can.