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Uploaded on Feb 2, 2007
On one side of the corral fence are two mares, on the other side, two (almost) stallions. I say "almost" because the closest one had been diagnoised with a retained testicle at the time I posted this video. A second test showed that he did not have any testicles, he just acts like a stallion. The one at the back, however, is definitely a stallion and now the proud father of two colts.
The mares say (in horse language,) hi there, big boys, and give the stallions kisses. The stallions both respond, in horse language, wanna f***? The mares get mad, swishing their tails and stomping their feet. As the video ends, one of the mares is already walking away, having decided the stallion she was kissing is too rude to put up with any more.
The technical horse breeding term for this is "teasing." Maybe horses and humans have a lot in common!
By the way, if you have two stallions, don't try this at home unless they are best buddies, because otherwise they might try to kill each other. Even with these fellows, a grade Percheron and a registered Paso Fino, I had to separate them two days later because their play fighting became too violent.
You can see more about them at my website, horsestories dot com.