Hermaphroditic Teaser "Mare"

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A stud farm I once visited was using a hermaphrodite mare as a teaser, with none of the problems of having a stallion (i.e., no problem with mares in foal to the teaser stallion should he escape). How can you tell if a mare is a hermaphrodite (what does she look like, and what is her behavior like)? Sue

What you are looking for is a "male pseudohermaphrodite." This anomaly is an

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