I am looking at a Friesian yearling and I am unsure about his stallion potential this is what the owner says about his anatomy, "I had the vet come out this morning, he does have both testicles. The right one is bigger then the left one, she said the left one is closer to the abdominal ring and that could be the reason." I would think this would effect his candidacy as a potential stallion, I really like this colt, but being able to ship semen down the road is important too. Any thoughts? Thank you, Susan
I see no awnsers, my 2 year old paint droped in may or 07 and his other was tiny. the more mares he sizes and reacts with well its seem to have doubled in size the other is grown to but the smaller is catching up :P keep checking...
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