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By: Syenz  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Stallion

There is certainly a growing interest these days in individual owners with a nice colt deciding to keep and compete them as a stallion in the years to come. The backyard breeder has come of age! You don’t need a big stud farm and acreage to cope with mares arriving at the gate.

We offer a service for those owners who have little or no experience with handling a stallion but want to be able to collect and ship semen from their horse while he competes in their chosen discipline. There are more and more stallions showing up in the show circuit.

Syenz can get you started. We can teach your stallion to collect safely, teach you how to manage the collection process or we can do the collection for you if it is a “one-off” occurrence.

Keywords: Stallion

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