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post #601 of 1094 Old 01-25-2012, 12:16 PM Thread Starter
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She's been waxing for 4 days at least.
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post #602 of 1094 Old 01-25-2012, 12:18 PM
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Been stalking this threa a while... Cat wait to see the baby!
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Anyone know about the discharge? Ill be home soon. Going to get checked out of school.
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Arg! The waiting sucks.
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Dude, go to the store and get a lantern!! SO HELPFUL! Goodgoodgood luck!
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Anyone know about the discharge? Ill be home soon. Going to get checked out of school.
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She is likely letting go of her mucous plug.....which is normal if that is what it is.

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Congrats you your foal to be!! I am for sure subscribing!!!

As for the LWO, it HAS been found in Tobianos in VERY RARE scenarios... I looked up the dam's history online and she is from a very prominent line of tobianos and solids so I really wouldn't worry about that at all!! Although you could get a Tovero which they can potentially carry LWO. But I am sure you are fine in this situation.

The dam and sire have a lot of color combinations in the history, you could be looking at anything from chestnuts, bays, blacks or grays! All with possibilities of being solid, tovero, tobiano, or overo!! Its a guessing game

You should start posting some photos of her progress daily if possible for us to watch since she could be going here soon! The biggest indicator I had with my mare last year was her vulva, long and deep deep red, my mare waxed for almost 2 weeks before she foaled.

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post #608 of 1094 Old 01-25-2012, 07:02 PM
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She is likely letting go of her mucous plug.....which is normal if that is what it is.

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WOO HOO if it's the mucous plug she is REALLY close!!



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Congrats you your foal to be!! I am for sure subscribing!!!

As for the LWO, it HAS been found in Tobianos in VERY RARE scenarios... I looked up the dam's history online and she is from a very prominent line of tobianos and solids so I really wouldn't worry about that at all!! Although you could get a Tovero which they can potentially carry LWO. But I am sure you are fine in this situation.

The dam and sire have a lot of color combinations in the history, you could be looking at anything from chestnuts, bays, blacks or grays! All with possibilities of being solid, tovero, tobiano, or overo!! Its a guessing game

You should start posting some photos of her progress for us to watch since she could be going here soon!
Good luck with everything!

Not sure where you get gray, since it is not a gene that hides very well on adult horses.
Neither dam or presumed sire are gray, so the foal could not possibly be gray unless Lena was actually bred by some other stud we know nothing about
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post #610 of 1094 Old 01-25-2012, 07:11 PM Thread Starter
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There was a gray yearling colt on the property. Let's hope not.
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