if you don't have the space, means or inclination to breed a horse, and it's a good horse, why not just geld it and have a really nice riding horse and trail companion for many years to come. There are plenty of good horses to breed from so leave it to the ones who really want to.
I would trust what debbie says. Having a stallion is always going to be more trouble and from what you say he'll make a great gelding. If you sell him then you've got to then find as good a replacement and you might regret it.
I wouldnt be interested as i'm in NZ and have already 'done my dash' with importing horses. But i would like to hear how things go for you:-)
Hi Sheri, I am new to this site and new to the world of horses. I am currently fulfilling my dream of learning to ride and learning as much as I can about horses. I am in love with the Peruvian Paso and your boy is gorgeous! Thanks for adding me as a friend. I live north of San Diego.
Thanks for "befriending" me. I'm really new to this site & really don't know how to find people. I see that you live in Yorba Linda which is probably 90+ minutes from me in Bonsall (San Diego County). I was looking at the pictures of your Prince. He is gorgeous.
You are very close to me... I have a 12yo mare names Mercedes... we trail ride as much as possible here in OPA and the surrounding parks & wilderness... would love to ride together with another Peruvian!