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Breeding Stallions

Reigning Basics

We communicate with our horses primarily through the reins, and yet our instructions to our horses are often too abrupt and hurried to get the results we want. The best way to develop a softer, more responsive horse is to slow down our hands.

Quarter Horses

The Quarter Horse is well known both as a race horse and for its performance in rodeos, horse shows and as a working ranch horse. The compact body of the American Quarter Horse is well-suited to the intricate and speedy maneuvers required in reining, cutting, working cow horse, barrel racing, calf roping, and other western riding events, especially those involving live cattle. The Quarter Horse is also shown in English disciplines, driving, and many other equestrian activities.

Reining Basics

We communicate with our horses primarily through the reins, and yet our instructions to our horses are often too abrupt and hurried to get the results we want. The best way to develop a softer, more responsive horse is to slow down our hands.

Breeding Stallions

General considerations for good stallion management are maintenance of the stallion in excellent health and a stress-free environment

Outside of the breeding season, most stallions are fed according to their maintenance requirements or slightly above that amount. However, as breeding season approaches, stallion owners might consider a few key points about their studs' nutritional needs.

Every horse breeder's goal is for his or her mare to give birth to a healthy and thriving foal. But to achieve that happy result, much care and attention must go toward proper management of the mare and stallion, and, once it has arrived, the foal.