I bought my 2year old filly in July of 2010, I noticed a small lump on her side around December, I kept a watch on it, I noticed again in February that the lump has gotten a little larger, I called the vet out and we decided to go ahead and palpate her before we do all her spring shots, it was then confirmed my 2 year old filly is going to be infact a mom herself. I have had horses for most of my life but never one that had a foal, she is a very moody mare on top of this. She is not very fat other than this lump on her side. I am very nervous for her. She is a aggressive eater and I am very worried that with her being so young that she may be so careless and hurt a foal, does anyone have any suggestions for me to help my mare get ready to be a mom. I have tried effortlessly to contact the prior owners of my mare and they will not answer my calls or emails.