I have a maiden mare that I had bred late in the season last year and had been confirmed in foal at 36 days, then later my vet had said she lost the foal and no longer pregnant. (Long story!) Anyway, I'd have to double check, but I think she'd be around 200-210 days now if she were still pregnant. She's just recently started getting larger towards the back of her barrel, almost like there's a foal developing in there. About how big is a foal around 200 days? I just got a picture of my mare this afternoon, but I'm not quite sure how to post it on here. Any info, suggestions or help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
Posted on Wednesday, February 28, 2007 - 03:54 pm:
My mare was bred August 14th by AI and is today at 195 days very close to yours. She is a Paso fino, usually very flat sided. She has just now started to fill out on her sides. Only someone really familiar with her could tell at this point that she is preggars. I expect to feel foal movement in another month. This is her third pregnancy. I think the foal is the size of a beagle dog at this point. I will keep my fingers crossed. Jan O
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