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23yo mare possibly in foal??!!

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23yo mare possibly in foal??!!

Postby mlk123 » Wed Apr 06, 2016 10:32 am

I have this older QH cross pony. Last year in April my grandfathers old reining stud broke out of his paddock and got next to the paddock with the mares and died of a heart attack from excitement. We didn't see anything and didn't think much of it. Now, almost a year later my mare is very bloated, has milk coming out of her udders. Not a lot but she still has some, but she has also been on feskew(if thats how its spelled) all winter. She has never been bred before and is in her 20's. she normally isn't this... well... LARGE ever and it's right after winter just ended. I have been seeing a gain in weight but I didn't think much of it. Her moods are on and off, but she has shown signs of "being in heat" but it didn't last but an hour or so. I have a friend who has been breeding standardbred mares for years and she says she honestly doesn't know whats up with her. We have had a vet come out and look at her but she didn't want to do a palpitation because if she is pregnant then it could hurt the baby. She just thinks shes fat but her belly doesn't look like a hay belly it looks like a pregnant mares belly. I'm 15 and don't know how I could find out whats wrong with her. anything would help! Suggestions, possibilities, anything. I just want to know whats wrong with her.
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