|what stallions look like|
And only part part of that has changed. Not the tail-eating part either.
|what a sexpot|
As in, they'd walk by with those wide, saucy, swinging hips, and he'd drop and make stallion noises.
Because that's not embarrassing.
He then spent almost our entire first dressage show hanging out annnnnnd as you might have read on Alyssa's blog, also tried to mount the indomitable Bacon at the last event derby.
|only a stallion in his mind|
To this point, he's been perfectly manageable--I mean, he's very forward with the ladies, but he isn't aggressive to people or ignoring me or charging around or anything.
So aside from never tying him on the same side of the trailer as a mare again, anyone have some brilliant insights on how to manage a studly gelding?