Shes a maiden, about 16. she would be about 238 days in foal, used the foaling calculater. i was never sure if she was pregnant or not cause we never got the vet out. any way she is going to get palapted this spring. description of her from Saturday.
Well i got to see crunchy mic moody alots today she also refers to as Sandy lol. Goodness she was odd today. First she was all happy with me, thinking i had a treat, let me scracth her head and every thing even get a pick of her vulva didnt care one bit. then she started walking away from me (i got great shots of her behind) so i just followed to see what she was up to. she didnt like that at all! she kept going farther and farther and just ended up near a bucket by the hay. then she looked sad so i was going to pet her BIG MISTAKE! she was not at all happy with that! i figured she just didnt want her head touched. so i just petted her stomach if i got two inches near it she was like "are you asking for a death wish?" i couldnt touch her at all! no way on her! she was sad, happy, mad, and excited today. she is just a little miss moods alot! lol she also is in charge of hay feed now. My uncle feed them but she was still wanting somehting to munch on so i grabed some hay and All the rest wanted it. usally when whinney sees me with food she chases every one away. but she didnt come close to sandy and her food. i couldnt blame her sandy doesnt like any one near her food or her when she is eating. She sure has changed from last week. and i think i saw the foal moving! her stomach kept making strange movemetns. and the postition changed every three minutes. this was when she looked sad. while all this was happining she just stood there ears back and sad looking. i felt so bad but at the same time was happy cause i really thought it was the foal. so i tried to touch her stomach to see if i could fee. BOOM she went from sad to GO AWAY! lol i will get the pics i took of her right now. but do you all think that what she is doing is an indactor she is pregnant. cause im not sure. i hope so!
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