Could my recently bought filly be bred?

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Could my recently bought filly be bred?

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        04-12-2014, 05:55 PM
    Could my recently bought filly be bred?

    I recently bought my first full sized horse a couple months ago. Today I was out brushing her and noticed something poking out her side so I put my hand over the bump and I could feel some thing hard. I held my hand in place and felt the whatever it was slip away and then there was nothing. A few moment later the same thing happened again. I looked and she has no bag at all. She is only 2 so I am hoping she is not bred. I'm wondering if this could have been some thing such as gas? Or does it sound like I have a bred filly????
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        04-12-2014, 05:59 PM
    Green Broke
    A vet palpation or ultrasound is your best resource ;)
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        04-12-2014, 08:29 PM
    Green Broke
    If she's female-anything's possible! It would not be the first time this has happened to a new owner.
        04-12-2014, 08:36 PM
    If she has been exposed to a stallion, then yes it's a possibility. But, your best bet is to have a vet look at her, that way if she is, you can get her the vaccines she needs and start feeding her like a pregnant mare. If she's not, then he can likely tell you what the lump was and ease your mind.
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