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    06-26-2012, 05:27 PM
Originally Posted by Horsecrazy4ever    
Last Wednesday I brought my mare to a guy's house to get her bred... well it's been 4 days and she has not came into heat yet.. she was supposed to come into heat 3 day's ago... The guy that owns the stud said that we can call the vet & they can give her a shot so she goes into heat... DOES anyone know anything about this? Is it safe? How much does it cost? I plan on calling the vet tomorrow morning...

NOTE: my mare is 21 yrs

I don't know what the name of the shot is, since my BO picked it up for me on the weekend, it cost $9 here in Alberta. My mare was given the shot 2pm Saturday, and she was in heat yesterday when I got to the barn after work. The vet said she could come into heat on day 1, or day 5.

I decided to go with the shot because Bloom wasn't coming into heat like the rest of the mares. Hope that helps you!
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