They do not geld many horses in Mexico either.
If you find a well behaved stallion one that is well trained an you are an experienced horseman then I see no issues owning a stallion.
I ride mine every where and use minimal precautions to ensure he and I are safe.
There is no comparison between riding a gelding and a stallion.
Geldings I now find boring. I like the extra spirit and confidence a stallion has. Of course that may change as I get older. LOL Then I will ride only mares.
I have owned two geldings that were stallions until after 5 years old.
Both never stopped fully acting as if they were still intact. They did not act studdish as much but retained certain traits.
Good luck with the new horse . Shalom
I found that a lot of people made scenes in their heads, and had a huge issue with being around a stallion. As a 3yo Dubai didn't realise he had balls or what they were for. He was AMAZINGLY well behaved on the floor and under saddle. But other people around me with mares and geldings caused more issues by 'what ifs' all the time. They can make things more dangerous.