Originally Posted by CLaPorte432
If you can't get a vet out, I'd do as much research as possible online so you can detect the signs of labor etc. Get a foaling kit around and be prepared. Have the vet on speed dial incase something goes wrong. Knowledge is power.
Until you know for sure that she is bred, you can only speculate. I'd go on the safe side and be ready for a baby, and many sleepless nights.
Do you know if she has ever foaled before?
Is there anyway to contact previous owners and ask if she was exposed to a stallion 10/11 months ago?
Thats what I have been doing :) that's what I was thinking too.. She was used as a brood mare from the time she was 3 to 8, then a lady bought her, kept her for 4 years, then one more lady bought her, kept her for a year, then the lady I bought her from bought her and got about 100-200 lbs on her and kept her for about 4-5 months, then I bought her. She said it might have been possible that the other lady who had her might have had a stallion. But she is not sure and she can't ask the other lady because she died.