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How much it costs to get your horse gelded can depend on where you live so call around to find the best price. Sometimes you can get a reference at a feedstore for "best vet" in town too.
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p.s. please remember that getting a horse gelded that has not been trained is not going to change much at first. However if he's a good stallion (behavior wise),he will be a good horse.Otherwise plan on training him or getting him trained so nobody gets hurt. (If he has been used as a stud or teased mares he may still have the stallion behavior.)