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post #1 of 85 Old 02-09-2014, 01:16 PM Thread Starter
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Lilos foaling thread * Update * Baby is here *

Hello to all of you.
I am new to this forum and it feels like a very nice forum.
As I said, I am new and named Billy Eriksson and hails from southern Sweden and has dealt with warm blood breeding in several years.
I have now went over to Tinker horses and I've got a Mare to foal in March-april.
I come now to the question is there someone who can help me to see the Mare when she is supposed to have foal.
The type of breed I have dealt with are at hand and Lilo has gone with Stallion all summer so I have no exact date of foaling.
I was going to also start a picture wire on my three-year Stallion to be judged at the end of april
So keep your fingers crossed that it goes well for os

P.S. Apologies if my grammar is not so good
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post #2 of 85 Old 02-09-2014, 01:44 PM
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She is adorable!!! Welcome to the forum :). I think a Vet would be better at telling her foaling date.

Do you have a picture of the Sire?
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post #3 of 85 Old 02-09-2014, 03:18 PM Thread Starter
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She is adorable!!! Welcome to the forum :). I think a Vet would be better at telling her foaling date.

Do you have a picture of the Sire?
Well a vet can probably see it right away, but I explained myself enough not enough, what I meant was that I'd love to have tips on how I can see in what stage she is in.
And there can secure a vet teach me but it is not the thing with a forum.
Yes, I have pictures of the father and they come here.
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Are tinker horses a recognised breed now? They are two a penny her :)

Has she been ultra sounded so you know she's Infoal/ not carrying twins?

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post #5 of 85 Old 02-09-2014, 03:58 PM Thread Starter
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Are tinker horses a recognised breed now? They are two a penny her :)

Has she been ultra sounded so you know she's Infoal/ not carrying twins?
Sorry but I do not understand the last thing in your sentence (They are two a penny her)?
Tinker and Irish cob is the same race but with two different unions.

I sincerely apologize for my poor english:
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Sorry but I do not understand the last thing in your sentence (They are two a penny her)?
Tinker and Irish cob is the same race but with two different unions.

I sincerely apologize for my poor english:

don't feel bad I don't understand that terminology either & English is my only language
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post #7 of 85 Old 02-09-2014, 06:52 PM
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"Two a penny" means the same as "A dime a dozen". DeliciousD is saying there are lots of this particular type of horse where she lives.

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post #8 of 85 Old 02-09-2014, 07:01 PM
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Pretty much. They are call gypsy banners, Irish big cobs, tinker horses etc. basically hairies with colour. They are a bit of an issue over here as they are bred for colour and indiscriminate breeding.

Not my cup of tea but I wish you the best.

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thanks for the explanation
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post #10 of 85 Old 02-09-2014, 08:22 PM
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Welcome to the forum. Here is a link to a foaling journal on a mare's changes approaching foaling. But each mare is different and either follow the rule book or surprise you.
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