Kat asked in SportsHorse Racing · 8 years ago

What does it mean if a horse is "at stud"?

I found a horse for sale and it is a stallion and it says it's "at stud". What does that mean? The horse is broke because it says "I've taken him on many different rides with other horses and you would never know he's a stallion.". It is a Tennessee walking horse.

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  • 8 years ago
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    At Stud means that the horse is available for breeding to a mare (For a fee) stallions tend to be harder to handle That's why it says that

  • 8 years ago

    at stud means that they have a set price for mares to mate with them, & they are working as a stallion.

    they can have bebes. :) & that is their purpose until they are pensioned.

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