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Hello!
Meet Sid!
He is a 3 year old stallion who I have recently purchased for my 3 and 4 year old daughters. He is AMHR registered, although I would like to get him AMHA registered as well if possible.
He has lots of great genetics and potential to be amazing in the ring given the chance!
 

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My isn't he handsome?!?!!? Congratulations.
Now I'm a stallion advocate myself, but any reason you've opted for a stallion for your young children?
 
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My isn't he handsome?!?!!? Congratulations.
Now I'm a stallion advocate myself, but any reason you've opted for a stallion for your young children?
Stallions definitely can be a little wild. Oddly enough, he is not. Absolutely the calmest stallion I have seen. We had the farrier out today and he was blown away that he was still intact. Suggested "if his attitude is this good still intact I wouldn't cut him".
 

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I have a big warmblood stallion that I bred and raised. He's 12 now. My 13-year-old daughter adores him and rides him outside in obstacles often. I compare him to Ferdinand the Bull! We've live covered him, pasture and in hand, and still, at the barn, he's a big teddy bear.

Not all stallions are big, crazy manimals that need to be handled with 2 stud chains. In my opinion, those stallions should not remain intact. The disposition of our boys, coupled with trainability, exceptional movement and conformation, make a stallion worthy of remaining intact.

But that's my soapbox...

I adore your littles loving on him! The sweetest thing.
 

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