Saturday I learned: You should not use your 17 year old stallion for JUST breeding, instill NO GROUND MANNERS and expect that it will go smoothly. It didn't go badly, and he is fine, but he was rearing up about 20 minutes post surgery. Not a very good boy.
The rest of them went smoothly, one stallion I wanted to sneak out to the field to visit Denali. Of course I'd NEVER breed her, but if I was going to....Geezus, he was AMAZING. I just stared at his owner and she smiled and said, "You're probably wondering why I'm gelding him." She knows he could be a good stud, but has not done anything with him to prove that (but build wise, he was near perfect.) So, off with the balls. He's going to be an AMAZING gelding. I want him.
Today I ran out after my shift to drop off some Cocosoya oil for princess. She stayed outside last night because the