YEAH A BIG difference mayors are a bit trickyer. and stallions or a bit easier but every horses different so you can't really tell by the gender
Like everyone else has said, yes, but it also depends on the horse. Mates tend to be moody and can be harder to train because they always seem to put up a fight! Stallions are hot-headed and distracted easily especially around mares. Gelding tends to be the easiest, they are easier to train because they can stay focused and they also aren’t as moody as mares.
It all depends on the horse, I rode a stallion that was so sweet and not reacting to mares that I couldn t believe when they told me it was a stallion. But usually stallions tend to be less focused when there are mares around and sometimes they can get a bit crazy around mares because that s their instincts. Mares tend to me more moody and sassy. I had a mare that was the perfect example of that. They are usually more stubborn when they are in heat however the mare I own now is not moody at all. Geldings tend to be the "nicest" ones. They don t get in heat or react to mares but here too, there are counterexamples, my friend s gelding acts just as a stallion around mares. So just was I said, every horse is different but that would be how it is in general
Every horse is different and there are plenty of counterexamples to the generalisations given.
Stallions are a lot stronger, geldings are usually quite easy to manage and mares can be a bit moody/sassy some days and might get agitated. You do have to take into account the horse itself and it’s temperament and everything else!
oh yes definitely theres the saying you tell a gelding ask a stallion and agree with a mare
Station are quite different to ride than mares or geldings
(I've rode a station last summer)
I would suggest not riding a stalion