My mare is a registered thoroughbred that is 216 days today. When she was bred we had her ultrasounded at 17 days and confirmed the pregnency. The breeder said the vet was a little concerned about the size of the embryo. The facility where I have her boarded told me she didn't think she was pregnent in November. I myself can see that she is getting bigger (or either it is my mind playing tricks on me.) I have been taking pictures of her progress sometime she looks pregnant other times not so much. Is is still too early to see any real change in her? This is her 2nd foal her first one was born in 2007. She is 16 years old now. Can anyone give me any helpful feed back?
I have a paint mare at 193 and can barely tell she is bred. Some mare will show right away and some later. If your not positive I agree do a wee foal
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