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post #21 of 99 Old 07-21-2010, 03:11 PM
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I say bay tovero filly born on July 23rd(My birthday) :)

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I'll be happy as long as it is before Aug. 6th!

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I'm going to guess Bay filly. Overo...not overly loud, but with four white socks, and big blaze and atleast one blue eye. Date...hmmm...August 17.

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Okay so I came home to find Liberty in her barn instead of out in the pasture as usual. She is a complete mess! Apparently diarrhea and her sides of her hips are covered which makes me believe she's been up and down lately. She seems uncomfortable and is pacing her building some but absolutely refuses to leave it so I moved some water into there for her. She also seems to be squirting a little bit.

I don't know you guys... ideas?

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post #26 of 99 Old 07-22-2010, 04:24 PM
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I think some mares get diarrhia before foaling. I'm not sure, as my mare didn't. I thikn Indyhorse's mare got it. Maybe she can enlighten you.
She sounds close.

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Freyja DID get diarrhea, about a week before she foaled, for about 3-4 days straight. Nothing explosive or extreme though, Liberty looks like she might be having some non-pregnancy related problems? I don't know though, I know Freyja showed "colicky" signs too about a week before delivery - assume it was the baby turning (again, baby turned 3 times before birth). I don't know that I wouldn't be a little concerned about THAT level of diarrhea though. Might be worth a call in to your vet.

Udder looks relatively unchanged from previous pictures. A little more filled out, but teats are still empty.


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Whether it is related or not, poor girl. Not only is she covered in poo...she looks like I looked when I was 9 months pregnant...UNCOMFORTABLE!
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Poor thing!

My guess is a chestnut with 4 white stalkings and a white star

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Oh my...poor thing! I would be taking her out of there and atleast hosing her down, and finding some bedding for the floor of that stall...I would also check her temp...if she's close to foaling, she should be slightly lower than normal, but if she's high, you may want to call your vet, as there may be something going on. To me, she doesn't look horribly close, uncomfortable yes, but not really close...could be wrong though.

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