What Is a Horses Mating Call?

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A sound the horses make as a way to show their desire (sexually) for another horse. This call usually leads to increased sexual desire.
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Horses mating call is normally a loud roaring done by the stallion when a mare is in season. When horses are moving away from each other or are meeting they whine and neigh and when a Mare is nursing a foal it makes deep, smooth sounds called whickering. In case of dander horses warn each other by snorting.
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A male hoes is call a stallion which is the biggest and strongest of the males. They are also call mares. Male horse are called by different names based on there ages.
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1. Find a suitable stallion for your mare and transport it to your stable. 2. Put the mare in a ring. The handler should let the stallion into the ring while keeping it under control
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Horses mate just like dogs mate. The breeders wait on the estrous cycle to begin and then they will bring in the male horse or the stallion to mate with the female horse.
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