A stud is the place where horses are bred. A stallion STANDS at a STUD.
Sire was mentioned in another comment - that means father (noun or verb). Sire and dam = father and mother.
Google seems to agree. But idk anything about horse breeding.
"A stud colt is a male colt 4 or younger that hasn't been gelded. Stallion and stud are interchangeable terms for an adult, intact male horse, regardless of his breeding status"
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