Re: my stallion is getting a bit of crazy .. help!....
Do you use him as a stud?
We found that stallions who work as studs as well as being ridden/shown learn quite fast when their stallion response is appropriate and when it isn't. Vicks or olbas oil (i used baby olbas oil as it smells strong but it gentle on the skin) work well in the meantime but the sooner you put him to work covering mares the easier he will be to deal with. Stallions are not designed to never breed and having contact with but not access to receptive mares can get very stressful for them.
We used specific "codes" for which work he was going to do. He had a bridle and bit he only wore for covering mares, and we had a regular routine -
equipment (his) washed, bridle on, led out, some ttouch backing and circling to get him paying attention, then he was led to the mare. We usually had mares the vet had scanned about to ovulate but sometimes he had to tease his own. So mare approached, then he was give a bit of room (on a lunge line) to cover the mare. Once he was done he was led away, washed down again and given a small feed before goin out. Our riding routine was different, so he knew right from the start what was expected of him and knew that stallionish behaviour when he was working in-hand or under saddle wasn't going to be tolerated.
Spring is always hard for stallions. The first fertile mares of the season remind them of last year's joys lol.