Originally Posted by Appyfreak
A well behaved/trained stallion is no different than any other horse showing. I have seen many mares act worse. Backing up, peeing, ect.
If a stud is NOT behaved, it needs more training, or its balls hacked off if that's just the horses disposition.
I agree with the comment re mares. I went on a large trek many years ago and there were two in season mares who took an instant dislike to each other. They squealed and pee'd like crazy and then when the group got to a gate these two mares got too close to each other and ended up having a double barrel fest like you wouldn't believe! They backed up to each other and tried to double barrel each other for about ten minutes, the riders were completely ineffectual and were able to do nothing about it. Hilarious really. On the other hand my friend has a quarter horse stallion he uses for everything, Pepe is as quite as a mouse no matter what the situation.