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        02-09-2014, 10:35 PM
    There are no set hard and fast rules with mares on when to tell what stage of a pregnancy she is in unless feet are presenting.

    If you're wanting a more accurate time frame, you need to have your mare evaluated by a vet.
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        02-09-2014, 11:01 PM
    I like gypsies/tinkers if responsibly bred.
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        02-10-2014, 05:06 AM
    Originally Posted by DeliciousD    
    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?

    So funny D! Here they are quite expensive!! And if they are "imported" from europe their value increases even more. LOL! Its so strange!
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        02-10-2014, 05:27 AM
    You can get them for 50 upwards here! Some of the stallys can go for 's within the traveller community.

    Same with friesians, expensive outside of holland but quite cheap in holland.
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        02-10-2014, 01:59 PM
    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.

    MY THOUGHT ON THIS THREAD Where we can all glean something new and interesting.

    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

    Yours Billy
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        02-10-2014, 04:50 PM
    It just interesting as the 'breed' aren't s recognised breed over here and are in fact ruining our breeding as they are bred in such vast numbers for colour and feather only.
        02-10-2014, 06:29 PM
    I worked at a place where gypsies were being sold for $30,000 and up 0.0! So when I see gypsy/Tinker I think expensive lol. She is a beautiful mare.
        02-11-2014, 06:23 PM
    Beautiful mare Lorden! I'm sure you will get a nice looking baby! Keep the updates coming! And don't worry if you make some English mistakes. The only way you learn is to practice and that's exactly what you're doing.

    KigerQueen, it's the same here too. My riding instructor is training a Gypsy Vanner mare that the owners bought for $17, 000. The mare was barely green broke when she was a 3 year old and then was a broodmare for 5 or 6 years. I don't want to even imagine what she would have cost if she was fully trained and shown more.
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        02-12-2014, 04:22 AM
    Thats about right for a Gypsie in Wisconsin too! People want them because they are different and pretty rare in the US. This mare seems shorter that the ones we have here...
        02-12-2014, 12:43 PM
    Originally Posted by DeliciousD    
    It just interesting as the 'breed' aren't s recognised breed over here and are in fact ruining our breeding as they are bred in such vast numbers for colour and feather only.
    It does not sound very serious and sin on a very nice breed.
    Here in Sweden Government required that all documents and papers on the recognition of breeders and it comes across species.
    I think it's very good because then you avoid inbreeding and breeding with unsuitable animals.

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