• Dapple Grey Andalusian Stallion
    Horse Culture,  Leadership,  Training

    Why Aren’t Riding Stallions More Common in North America?

    Learning to ride in the Pacific Northwest of Canada, there were very few stallions around. I remember meeting maybe four stallions in all the riding schools I ever visited, all of which were privately owned. Even today, stallions are quite uncommon in the average riding stable, and can sometimes be seen as unwelcome or complicated additions. Across North America, stallions appear far less popular among amateur riders when compared to places in Europe, such as in Spain and Portugal. Why?…

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