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        07-15-2013, 07:43 PM
    Originally Posted by MsLady    
    I'm sorry about Reed (I've been following the other thread), but I have to say, I've had a pretty crappy day and this thread had made me laugh. Way too many mental pictures of you running around trying to catch pee and talk to to your stud!
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    At least it's not just me... Summer is peeing on Khade, too, so at least someone else is getting pissed on.
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        07-15-2013, 07:49 PM
    It would be the two I like so much that he's not liking. Maybe just hold the sleazy under the tail of the favored mares and then you hide the color and add the smell.... So sorry you are having to geld your other stallion. He's really beautiful.
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        07-15-2013, 09:38 PM
    seriously?!? OMG this thread is awesome. I really hope he mans up soon for you. Maybe he just doesn't like the bigger ladies? They really are very pretty though so he better get a grip
    Good luck!
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        07-15-2013, 09:48 PM
    The boy has standards. LOL.

    Is AI a possibility?
        07-15-2013, 10:03 PM
    Hahahahahahahahaha! This is cracking me up. Maybe try putting lipstick on them and braiding their mane? Maybe some eyeliner too! LOL.
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        07-15-2013, 11:37 PM
    Originally Posted by WSArabians    
    Reed had the vet today and it's likely he will be getting gelded next week. Hoping MAYBE I can collect him but that's iffy too.

    I'm looking at some pasture to rent and I might just take them and put them down there and watch for heat cycles then ultrasound.
    I'm really sorry to hear about Reed. Gelding may be the most humane thing, I can't think of anything worse for a stallion than to still have the urges but to be unable to do anything about them. Make for a mighty unhappy boy.

    On a side note, after I quit breeding but before I gelded Cloney, he was very unhappy. Walked around with his ears back and just a generally king of "Skin on Sideways" attitude. Now that he's gelded and can run with all his ladies, he's very happy again. Still has very stallion like behaviors in some respects, just no sex urges.
        07-16-2013, 01:13 AM
    The first mare I put into Stars pen to breed last year made me wonder if he knew his job or not.
    He came running up to her and sniffed her all around until I turned her loose in his 3 acre pen. He then went inside his loafing shed and stayed there. After 1o minutes I started to get very worried and was going to call the lady I bought him from and demand a refund. I got the mares halter and was entering the pen when Star kicked the side of the pen and neighed really loud.
    Out he came prancing and strutting right up to the mare mounted her and got the job done.
    Then turned around after completing the job at hand and went right back in the loafing shed.
    Wsarabians maybe he just needs to think about it. LOL Shalom
        07-18-2013, 03:33 PM
    So??? What's the update?
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        07-18-2013, 06:20 PM
    The update?? My raging hormonal mares quit PMS'ing.
    I turned him out in the pasture so I guess I know to check if I don't see a heat cycle.
    If it isn't him it is them!
        07-18-2013, 06:21 PM
    Originally Posted by WSArabians    
    The update?? My raging hormonal mares quit PMS'ing.
    I turned him out in the pasture so I guess I know to check if I don't see a heat cycle.
    If it isn't him it is them!
    LOL! Don't ya love breeding horses? BTW, KB NEVER turns down a stallion.......

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