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post #11 of 42 Old 07-15-2013, 02:50 PM Thread Starter
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oh my god....LOL I want a video of that!
How about I point out the mares and YOU collect? LOL

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post #12 of 42 Old 07-15-2013, 03:04 PM
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I wouldn't try the molasses thing....he might get stuck......
I knew a stallion who wouldn't breed palominos. Period.
They put another color mare right next to the pali and once he was ready, directed( for lack of a better word lol) him on the pali.
In your case I don't think it's the color, tho. Intimidated previously maybe?
I like the pee idea.
Good luck, and a thorough report and description how it went, please....
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I can't see him being intimidated because both mares are bottom feeders - they aren't aggressive and are very quiet breeders.
Maybe that's his problem. Gets all hyped up but deep inside he's a submissive. I oughta read 50 Shades of Grey to him. Re-write it 50 Khades of Grey.

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Is this the stallion who was injured or a different one?

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Is this the stallion who was injured or a different one?
No, this is Khade, my Magic Aulrab son.
Reed (The Ecaho son) is the one who got hurt - awaiting my vet this afternoon for his prognosis.

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I can't see him being intimidated because both mares are bottom feeders - they aren't aggressive and are very quiet breeders.
Maybe that's his problem. Gets all hyped up but deep inside he's a submissive. I oughta read 50 Shades of Grey to him. Re-write it 50 Khades of Grey.
hahaha!!! That is so great.

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I had heard of doing the bait and switch deal akin to what deserthorsewoman describes. Perhaps he'd be more into a threesome.. I've also seen the mare being taken away from the stud and apparently, if she's "escaping" and not available, she's more "attractive." Guess some horses literally enjoy the chase. Only other option I can think of is to teach him to collect..

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Sounds like the doesn't like the "easy" mares ;)

I don't have any advice, but the mare urine seems to be a very easy compromise if it works.

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Well what if it is the color thing? AS stupid as it sounds, maybe get some of that stuff that covers roots? Spray the socks or whatever that he doesn't like...paint an appy patch on? Maybe he just doesn't like "blondes" or whatever?

God I can't believe we're talking about a horse haha
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Try covering the mares with a blanket or sleazy, and see if that helps. I knew of an Arab stallion who simply would not breed gray mares. The funny thing is that he was gray himself. That's what they did with him, and it worked. Couldn't hurt to try, right?
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