i got a 2 quarter horse mares from a lady and to begin with i thought the oldest was pregnant well i took her back to the ladies house along with another mare on the farm to breed them to her stud.now this lady had a very nice place for her stud(stall and paddock)to stay in we needless to say my mare accepted the stud and is now about 5 1/2 weeks bred.last thursday we were spraying down the horses since it is forever HOT here and noticed the other mare i had gotten was bagging up.well we cleaned her utters and she had an all over head to toe bath(which she did not enjoy).i have been going to check on her every day since last week and have been observing her up close and far away.it would make since if she was bred because there was a stud on the property where i got her from but i asked the lady who was dead set that she IS NOT bred.well i know i have choices but i do not have the extra money at the moment or someone with a trailer that will take me to the vet(it is way too expensive for him to travel the 2 miles to the barn)i am going to post a link to some pics i have been taking over the last week and the 1st is one when i 1st got her 2 and a half months ago.now i do not know if it is wishful thinking or what but she does seem soft in the tail head and really does not like her left flank touched the right she could care less.yesterday she would not let any other horse around her or me for that matter when i was with her.if she is bred this would be her 1st.i have to start school in a little over a week for 3 nights a week and will prob be working the other 2 nights.i was just wondering if anyone had any stories or comments on the pictures. i have posted dates on the pictures. thank!
Thats actually normal for a mare to have clear, slightly yellowish fluid in there.
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