Category Archives: frozen semen


Posted: | August 6, 2023

ISER XIII “Snippets” – Held in Brazil in August 2023, ISER XIII produced a variety of useful research with immediate clinical value, here we review some of the presentations The thirteenth International Symposium on Equine Reproduction (ISER XIII) was held in Foz do Iguaçu, Brazil between July 10th–14th, 2023. Around 400 veterinarians, researchers and animal scientists were present,… Read More »

Frozen Equine Semen – An Overview

Posted: | October 30, 2021

Frozen Equine Semen – An Overview – Some horse breeders are unsure about the use of frozen equine semen. In this overview, we offer some of the pros and cons. Written and presented at the ApHC 2001 World Show, Fort Worth, Texas by Jos Mottershead (with later updates in red) Frozen equine semen advantages include: There are no… Read More »

Individual Tuition

Posted: | December 17, 2020

One-on-one Horse Breeding Training While we are renowned for offering short courses on the subject of horse breeding worldwide, we not infrequently encounter people either at the courses or through our website who are in need of more specific one-on-one horse breeding training. Perhaps they do not own stallions but want to learn more about the reproductive aspects… Read More »

Frozen Semen – part 2 of a 2-part article

Posted: | November 10, 2020

Frozen semen preparation and use – An overview of frozen semen – Part 2 of a two-part article which appeared in the “Canadian Morgan” magazine in the November 2000 issue. By Jos Mottershead Part 2; published in “Canadian Morgan” Magazine, Nov/Dec 2000 issue. Part 1 is in this link Mare Monitoring and the Insemination Process From the mare… Read More »

FAQ’s about Frozen-Semen

Posted: | October 23, 2020

Frozen Semen FAQs – New to using frozen semen? If you have questions, here we offer answers to some of those we hear relating to frozen equine (stallion) semen! Q:  What are the advantages and disadvantages of equine (stallion) frozen semen? A:  Frozen semen advantages include: No requirement to schedule shipments of semen to fit the mares ovulation… Read More »