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  • I can't belive what I saw

    Ok so todayat our barn my trainer had a stallion shipped in to do live cover on a mare. It was the first time I watch live breeding and I was kind of in shock I guess. Anyone else have similar expiriences???

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    Nature at its best!

    It only takes 15-20 seconds to make little horses!

    Did he grunt like a pig? Its hilarious!
    Horse between legs, rider on top.

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    • #3
      It is for sure an eye opener!!

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        yes he did grunt and bite her neck. Then he was done and climbed off. I was like omg!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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          Ugh, I have a horrible first time story- I was boarding at a morgan farm and they had a nice stallion, but a bit crazy, anyway he was having problems, well, getting in the mare, so the daughter of the barn owner, not more than 18 at the time, grabbed him and shoved him in the mare...I was horrified...still a little damaged from that experience. I sure did respect her after that though!!

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            Where did you think horses came from, the horse stork?
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            • #7
              Originally posted by gloriginger View Post
              Ugh, I have a horrible first time story- I was boarding at a morgan farm and they had a nice stallion, but a bit crazy, anyway he was having problems, well, getting in the mare, so the daughter of the barn owner, not more than 18 at the time, grabbed him and shoved him in the mare...I was horrified...still a little damaged from that experience. I sure did respect her after that though!!
              hehe, well if he's heading the 'wrong way' somebody needs to help redirect. He can't see it himself, and well, he's probably blind with lust anyway.
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              • #8
                Originally posted by Laurierace View Post
                Where did you think horses came from, the horse stork?
                Bwaah! Horse Stork! I love it.

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                • #9
                  am i the only one catching on

                  Has anyone else noticed that the OP only posts....well..... threads containing unmentionables, such as the pantie thread?

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                  • #10
                    Has anyone else noticed that you are the only one who seems to have noticed?

                    Actually I always thought it was the mare who was taken to the stallion, the theory being (I think) that being in an unfamiliar surroundings might render the stallion unable to perform, whereas the mare, in unfamiliar surroundings, would just have to stand there ... (and hopefully be receptive).
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Wellspotted View Post
                      Has anyone else noticed that you are the only one who seems to have noticed?

                      Actually I always thought it was the mare who was taken to the stallion, the theory being (I think) that being in an unfamiliar surroundings might render the stallion unable to perform, whereas the mare, in unfamiliar surroundings, would just have to stand there ... (and hopefully be receptive).
                      uuuh. Nope.

                      Always take the stallion to the mare. The mare needs to be in an enclosed area, where it is easy entry to get the stallion in and out. The mare should be held by an experienced person. The stallion should have a handler too. All humans should wear protective gear.

                      To try to get a mare into a stallion pen, without him trying to jump the fence, the gate or the stall door. I don't think so... As to unfamilar surroundings, we do use the same pen but our stallion doesn't care "where" he does it. Just as long as they smell right and are receptive.

                      Yes...Our stallion will often get it in the wrong hole or miss the hole, if we don't redirect. That is a set-up for tears, infections, etc. In our set-up, I hold the mare, my husband handles the stallion. It can get a little dicey "redirecting" the penis of a one ton animal, such as ours. He isn't always careful where his legs are. We use stud chains on the mares and the stallion. I have to be careful not to stand in front of the mares, getting pawed is always a risk.

                      Basically though, our stallion is a gentleman and Percheron mares are easy to handle. Babies complicate matters though.

                      My best (and worst) breeding story...errr...(confession). In MD, our breeding pen was near the neighbor's fenceline and structure, which was a very religious Baptist church. I am sure that it made for some interesting discussions on at least a couple of Sunday mornings during breeding season. But I always felt that as they left their huge grocery store style parking lot lights on 24/7 to shine in our bedroom window (which was in the middle of nowhere), I just always thought they must be looking for a show and Charles would give it to them!
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                      • #12
                        Ok so who is going to step up and tell the entire TB industry that they are doing it wrong and from now on the stallions have to travel from mare to mare? They might just send someone with a big butterfly net out to meet you after that one.
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                        • #13
                          Gosh, I watched my first breeding when I was 11!!! I will admit to being kind of shocked- not even the sex thing but the violence of it. But I'm long since over it.
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                            Originally posted by Laurierace View Post
                            Ok so who is going to step up and tell the entire TB industry that they are doing it wrong and from now on the stallions have to travel from mare to mare? They might just send someone with a big butterfly net out to meet you after that one.
                            Who wrote that?

                            What I wrote is that the stallion and mare meet in a breeding pen. The mare goes in first and is held. That pen is not where the stallion lives. It is a separate set-up. That is pretty typical. To breed a stallion in his stall or his own paddock would be very dangerous in my opinion. I just couldn't even imagine getting a mare into my stallion's stall. How would that work? Is that really what the TB industry does?
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                            • #15
                              Your "tell me about your panties thread" got deleted so now you're on to discussing horsey porn? Honestly, give it a rest. Half of us have figured out who you're an alter of, why not quit before everyone else deduces who is a perv?
                              ~Veronica
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                                Originally posted by Laurierace View Post
                                Ok so who is going to step up and tell the entire TB industry that they are doing it wrong and from now on the stallions have to travel from mare to mare? They might just send someone with a big butterfly net out to meet you after that one.
                                LOL! My thoughts exactly!
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                                • #17
                                  Originally posted by rideitlikeuluvit View Post
                                  Ok so todayat our barn my trainer had a stallion shipped in to do live cover on a mare. It was the first time I watch live breeding and I was kind of in shock I guess. Anyone else have similar expiriences???
                                  Oh GROW UP - I am pretty sure you are a PERVERT!
                                  "If you don't know where you are going, any road will take you there"

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                                  • #18
                                    Originally posted by TBjumper103 View Post
                                    Has anyone else noticed that the OP only posts....well..... threads containing unmentionables, such as the pantie thread?
                                    So do you think the OP is home smoking a cigarette getting their jollys off?
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                                      I've always contended that equine sexual congress is positive proof that God has a sense of humor...
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                                      • #20
                                        Isn't this OP the panties thread person?


                                        Edited to add: Yep, I see everyone else already said the same.
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