Hello to you all and thanks for the reply.
I think there has been a misunderstanding due to my English.
I have pretty good coal on her, and of course I have good contact with a licensed veterinarian to inseminate mares.
What I haven't done is an ultra sound test and I have actually not done in any of my mares during my nearly twenty years that I have kept on with breeding.
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I should probably tell you a little about my experience of breeding.
I've had a nice jumping Stallion I have competed with and he s also got in breeding on natural mating by hand.
Because of competition and at the same time been in breeding, so he has not had so many mares per season.
Every spring, he has been fitness tested by vets.
I have one of my mares for breeding, I start with taking the temperature of her once a day in a weak and then I jump over a weak and redo this in three weeks and there by to get a good temp on his horse by taking the average temperature. Then she goes to the veterinarian and examined and possibly be rinsed
After that, she will become coveredt once a day until her mating season is over.I have a book on all off my mares where I enter all the data and times, and more, and I never covered a Mare in foal rut For broodmare vagina has not had time to pull out enough chemistry.
I'm glad if I can help anyone here on this forum because I have some experience with breeding.
I will post new pictures on my mare development and with today's pictures, I think she is about a month and a half until she shall have foals or what do you say.
Moreover, regarding the breed so I can take the whole story on the thread about stallions which I have pictures of my hopefully new approved stallion