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post #11 of 89 Old 04-26-2012, 10:42 PM
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I think it is time to wrap her tail.
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post #12 of 89 Old 04-26-2012, 10:45 PM
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anyone else having the static in the video feed or is it just mine?
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I just got on the computer and I have static too :(
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post #14 of 89 Old 04-26-2012, 10:48 PM
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I do as well, it is quite irritating, lol.
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I keep trying to watch her flanks for movement and contractions if they are strong enough....but with the static its hard to really tell...
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I can't wach this...

Those droppings of poo are driving me nutz....
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post #17 of 89 Old 04-26-2012, 10:49 PM
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Me too. I wonder if they are experiencing bad weather?

The baby looks to be confusing and trying to come out the right side of her stomach. LoL.

She also looks terrible condition wise...

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If the mare has been exhibiting signs of foaling, I wouldn't bother her just to pick up some poop. I would let her be. The poop will still be there after foaling. Disturbing her could just put foaling off.

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I think condition wise she is just really really pregnant...

Coming from experience...by the end...I looked like crap but I delivered with clean shaven legs...my one vanity during pregnancy...

I think she'll be much better once she foals...plus she's a Thoroughbred and is tall and lean.

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If the mare has been exhibiting signs of foaling, I wouldn't bother her just to pick up some poop. I would let her be. The poop will still be there after foaling. Disturbing her could just put foaling off.
That is what happened to the mare I had been stalking for the last month on marestare. She was due March 28 and was holding out forever. Then she had finally gotten wax one evening and was pacing around and generally upset. Both times the people jumped in to clean up her fresh deposits, she stopped and was wanting out of the ten by ten prison that she was in almost all the time for more than a month. They finally left her alone, she continued to be actively irritated all night with small breaks to rest. She finally had a healthy little colt the following morning (yesterday) at around 8:30am their time.
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