Novel Environment Suppression of Stallion Sexual Behavior and Effects of Diazepam
McDonnell, S.M., R.M. Kenney, P.E. Meckley and M.C. Garcia
Pony stallions were given sexual behavior trials in experimental "home" and "novel" environments, similar in all major features except location. In the novel environment, erection latency was increased and erection time decreased. Treatment with an anxiolytic benzodiazepine derivative (diazepam) appeared to block these effects.