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Fort Worth rider Beau Galyean and stallion Stevie Rey Von clinched the 5- and 6-year-old open division title at the National Cutting Horse Association Super Stakes on Sunday night after turning in an unusually high final-round score of 231.
Last year, the Dubai World Cup was won by Arrogate, a half-brother of Forever Unbridled through their sire, the leading North American stallion Unbridled's Song.
Those looking to take advantage of the Atlas Cross Sport concept’s entire stable of stallions will want to switch to GTE mode.
Watching Serafino work is like watching somebody coax a show pony out of a stallion.
Horse facilities include indoor and outdoor riding arenas, a stallion barn and 20 paddocks.
French actress Ariane Labed, the face of the campaign, dances in the streets, walks to the edge of cliffs, and motorcycles alongside stallions.
Things certainly have changed since Gov. Allen Shivers helped christen that first Livestock Exposition and Rodeo by riding in the opening parade atop his white stallion, Jo-Jo.
Elaine Kucharski, of Wilmington, Del., took photos of the five stallions.
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Origin and Etymology of stallion
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of stallion for English Language Learners
: an adult male horse and especially one that is used for breeding
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