Originally Posted by Kayella
Sorry, I have no first hand experience with you, so I don't know the whole situation. I also never said that you pulled the coggins, just a bit of information I thought might help the situation. But no, I doubt there's a snowball's chance in H*ll that Gully bred your mare. From what I've seen, and from what Tori has seen, there has been no studly behavior. Neither of us have ever seen him drop at any point. The best thing to do is have your vet out. He's the only one who could quell your worries.
I am going to.
Gully is a good horse.
Even if she isn't pregnant, I want to find out why the change, she's usually pretty out there with it.