Quite recently in Cape Town, South Africa, President Trump was gelded, due to not behaving as was expected of him…
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Earlier this week, a racehorse named after current American President Donald Trump, was gelded at Snaith Racing's stables in Cape Town.
According to sources, the horse's trainer Justin Snaith told a local South African newspaper (namely the Cape Times), that "He [the horse] was truly difficult to train", and that "All he wanted to do was jump all the fillies."
Snaith added that, "President Trump was also very vocal and would just not focus on his work. I considered blinkers and a tongue-tie but he was so unmanageable that we had little option but to geld him."
According to various reports "gelding President Trump seems to have worked".
The horse's trainer added that "Since the cut, he's been like a lamb and is behaving like a gentleman".
Although the 'treatment' had the desired effect, it is said that President Trump still remains somewhat arrogant in nature.
The Daily Mail has made it known that the horse named President Trump, who is the son of an American-bred horse named Philanthropist, was bought last year for the sum of $13,740 on auction.