How to House a Stallion

Horse Lover’s 2 Minute How-To Video: How to House a Stallion

Carol DiMaggio runs Bright Future Farms, in Walnut Creek, California. The farm houses five stallions and is named after Bright Future, a purebred Arabian of Crabbet breeding. Many of the stallions at Bright Future Farms are given paddocks off of their stalls as well as turned out for exercise and ridden. Carol’s philosophy is to treat each stallion according to their own individual temperament. She gives them as much freedom “to be a horse” as possible, while keeping the stallion and everyone around them safe. In this video, Carol gives tips on fencing, turn out and keeping a stallion’s mind healthy and happy. Contact Carol at

Bay Area Equestrian Network (BAEN) launched its informational video series last year and now has 50 videos in its archives covering Horsemanship, Health Care, Training, Tack & Equipment, and Barn & Stable. A new high-definition video is uploaded every 1-2 weeks.

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Bay Area Equestrian Network (BAEN) is an on-line community where California equine businesses, organizations and consumers meet to buy, sell and exchange information. BAEN was created in 1997 to promote the horse industry in Northern California and statewide, and to help horse enthusiasts find equine products and services in their area.