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Friday, June 17, 2016

Rough Stock Roundup -- Horse Fairs where men act as mares and get serviced and bred by stallions.


 
There is one in the US that I know of but it's pretty private. A bed and breakfast has pulled off over a dozen of them both indoors and outdoors. People who've been rave about it. HOT HOT HOT. It's called the Rough Stock Roundup:www.rough-stock.com/

From the Rough Stock Roundup site:

The Rough Stock Roundup is a private event similar to the Horse Fairs (Fickstutenmarkt) that take place in Europe. There is a significant difference because the Rough Stock Roundups have stallions, mares, and cowboys. In addition, 'Rough Stock' is the name given to wild, free ranging animals, mustangs and mavericks who are not spoilt by being branded and broken-in. A good horseman can ride a rough stock horse without a saddle, using only a bridle or harness.


At our events willing mares offer themselves to stallions. But at our Roundups, there are also cowboys who can ride either mares or stallions, or even rope them together and ride them both. Like all roundups, there are event guidelines and registration regulations.

Before the roundup begins, each participant decides whether he wants to be a mare, a stallion, or a cowboy. Cowboys must be interviewed and approved by The Master of the Horse.



Rough Stock Roundup is a private event similar to the Horse Fairs (Fickstutenmarkt) that take place in Europe. There is a significant difference because the Rough Stock Roundups have stallions, mares, and cowboys. In addition, 'Rough Stock' is the name given to wild, free ranging animals, mustangs and mavericks who are not spoilt by being branded and broken-in. A good horseman can ride a rough stock horse without a saddle, using only a bridle or harness.

The fickstutenmarkt style parties are held in New England (Vermont, of course). Have a look at www.rough-stock.com -- it has information on the the 'Roundups' as they are called. It's not run by the same group as those in Germany, and these are held both inside a large 'alpine' lodge and outside in the woods, not in bars. You'll see more about this wild event once you visit the various sites.



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From the Rough Stock Roundup site:  http://www.rough-stock.com/RoughStock.html

What is the Rough Stock Roundup?

The Rough Stock Roundup is a private event similar to the Horse Fairs (Fickstutenmarkt) that take place in Europe. There is a significant difference because the Rough Stock Roundups have stallions, mares, and cowboys. In addition, 'Rough Stock' is the name given to wild, free ranging animals, mustangs and mavericks who are not spoilt by being branded and broken-in. A good horseman can ride a rough stock horse without a saddle, using only a bridle or harness.



At our events willing mares offer themselves to stallions. But at our Roundups, there are also cowboys who can ride either mares or stallions, or even rope them together and ride them both. Like all roundups, there are event guidelines and registration regulations.

Before the roundup begins, each participant decides whether he wants to be a mare, a stallion, or a cowboy. Cowboys must be interviewed and approved by The Master of the Horse.
It is not possible to change roles once the Roundup begins.

At the start of the Roundup, the mares arrive before the stallions. With the help of the cowboys and stable boys, the naked mares are hobbled (bound) and their eyes are covered with blinders. They are lead to various hitching posts and stalls on the property, both inside the stables and outside in the paddocks, grazing lawns, and woods.

After the mares are ready, the stallions appear and can fully inspect the hobbled mares at their leisure. When a stallion has decided on a mare, he unties and leads the mare to a covering place of his choice. When the stallion has finished covering the mare, this mare is then available for covering by other stallions.
Cowboys have free rein of the property - they can ride any mare or stallion, but never more than one mare and one stallion can be roped and ridden at a time by a cowboy.



Follow up: McIntosh ( on Dudenude.com) wrote

I went to the Vermont horse fair (or round up) a couple of weeks ago; great fun for all;
super host and terrific atmosphere .
I can't wait to do it again.

These types of all male horse barn style orgies have been going on in Europe for some time.

The fickstutenmarkt style parties are also held in New England (Vermont, of course). You can have a look at www.rough-stock.com -- it has information on the the 'Roundups' as they are called. It's not run by the same group as those in Germany, and these are held both inside a large 'alpine' lodge and outside in the woods, not in bars. 

Upcoming 2016 Summer Roundup dates:



Summer Stall training & Range Riding

Friday/Saturday, July 8th & 9th, 2016

  • This event will take place both indoors (Friday) and outside (Saturday)
  • Open to preapproved/inteviewed men -- See Contact Us for registration & requirements.
  • registration open now
  • this event will be outside & indoors with a new setup --click here for a picture




 

You can find about it at this location in Essen, a city in the west of Germany:
www.drexx.de   and it is called XXstall

and also in Köln (Cologne):
www.station2b.de

The main site for the European Horse Fair is found at:
http:/www.fickstutenmarkt.com 


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