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        03-15-2010, 04:36 PM
      #31
    Foal
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    Originally Posted by Peetz    
    That is a foal if I ever seen one! What was the colt? Sorry you have to find out this way but she looks like she has been well cared for and not missed a meal or a good grooming. Baby should be fine. Just a day or two before she foals she will bag up and stand funny, back legs slighly apart and behind. Being a seasoned mare she should foal just fine, but have a vet on call and the necessary items ready. ( foaling kit)
    Heheheh, send a request for " child support" to the colts owner.
    Hi the colt is a black gypsy cob, :( my mare is a full welsh section d, the bloke in question owned the colt at the time is saying it was everyone else fault and not his fault, says how responsible he is :( still not talking to him and never will I really want to knock his head off

    Anyways tonight I felt it kick my hand after pressing on my mares belly after she had her tea and nope I go without and my two horses get everything :)

    I will keep you all posted

    Tx
         
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        03-15-2010, 08:32 PM
      #32
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    Originally Posted by tracey    
    Hi the colt is a black gypsy cob, :( my mare is a full welsh section d, the bloke in question owned the colt at the time is saying it was everyone else fault and not his fault, says how responsible he is :( still not talking to him and never will I really want to knock his head off

    Anyways tonight I felt it kick my hand after pressing on my mares belly after she had her tea and nope I go without and my two horses get everything :)

    I will keep you all posted

    Tx
    nice :) ! But your mare drinks tea? O.o
         
        03-16-2010, 01:14 AM
      #33
    Yearling
    Maybe she means like dinner, the evening meal!
         
        03-16-2010, 01:27 AM
      #34
    Foal
    Ohhhh, I would be so excited. Scared too and a little peeved at the stallion owner, but excited non the less. Can't wait to see the baby!
         
        03-16-2010, 04:16 PM
      #35
    Foal
    Yep sorry Tea has Dinner not the drink tea lol

    Update my mare udders are a lot bigger and her teats are facing inwards (pointing to each other) not sure if that means anything

    I am really dreading it all :(
         
        03-16-2010, 04:40 PM
      #36
    Foal
    I would wait for a few weeks no riding her and I would get the vet to check back on her then!
         
        03-17-2010, 07:13 AM
      #37
    Foal
    Photo's tacken today the 17/03/2010 before and when she went out to graze Are things changing ?

    With me seeing her everyday twice a day I will not see changes like some of you might sorry to be a pain I am new to all this
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        03-17-2010, 01:15 PM
      #38
    Foal
    Hairy little beast she is! She is beginning to bag up. Will she let you wash her teets? There can be some nasty crusties between those things. Clean with warm water and baby soap, rinse well, braid her tail ( optional, but keeps it out of the way) and get ready for baby. Could be weeks, or days. Her teets should point outwards when she gets closer, but this is not a guarantee. Oh, I wish we did not live so blasted faraway ( like different continents, heheheh) I would be there to help in heart beat.
         
        03-17-2010, 06:04 PM
      #39
    Foal
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    Originally Posted by Peetz    
    Hairy little beast she is! She is beginning to bag up. Will she let you wash her teets? There can be some nasty crusties between those things. Clean with warm water and baby soap, rinse well, braid her tail ( optional, but keeps it out of the way) and get ready for baby. Could be weeks, or days. Her teets should point outwards when she gets closer, but this is not a guarantee. Oh, I wish we did not live so blasted faraway ( like different continents, heheheh) I would be there to help in heart beat.

    Yer she has still got her winter coat not letting it go with the weather been still cold here in the uk, I used to clean her teats ones a week but she stopped letting get to them and her mare parts a few months ago that's when I notested the changes in her temprement I am really dreading it (no one on the yard know's they all tuck the vet's no as that's it she not in foal lol what a shock they are going to get.
         
        03-18-2010, 04:25 PM
      #40
    Foal
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Peetz    
    Hairy little beast she is! She is beginning to bag up. Will she let you wash her teets? There can be some nasty crusties between those things. Clean with warm water and baby soap, rinse well.
    Hi just a up date I have washed her teats tonight after a bit of a fight of me nearly been kicked afew time's ( near kicked out before never) I gaven them a nice good clean and has I was drying them I squeezed her teat and a clear fluid came out of both teats I only gave them a quick sqeeze is this a sign to that she is in foal

    Sorry for sounding so dim lol

    Tx
         

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