The removal of the testicles.
You don't....your vet does. Otherwise your horse can bleed out or be proud cut.
To geld a horse is to castrate a stallion, making it a gelding.
It means if they have a stallion for sale, and someone would rather have a gelding, they offer to castrate the horse by request, so that it is now a gelding.
For optimum growth without your bucks breeding other does, castrate bucks at 10-12 weeks of age. Some castrate as early as 10 days, and others castrate later, but this is the best time to castrate goats.
You can't really "castrate" a female horse. Castrating has the same meaning of neutering or gelding. You castrate a stallion and you spay a mare. So basically you have a spayed mare.
you can no longer breed to him or offer coverings
You can castrate any male on Howrse up till the age of 8 years old.
He turns into a gelding and can no longer breed or cover. :)
a stud is a male breeding horse. so no.
Most farmers will castrate at about 14 days of age, at this time the testicles have not fully formed therefore, the animal will have less discomfort after castration.
Horse castration can be a difficult process and it is best to consult with a equine Veterinarian on how best to do this.