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        06-04-2013, 02:45 PM
    I came here for advice because I've just recently realized how little my aunt knows about everything. She does try to do it all herself and when she can't then it's no big deal. I'm making sure she gets a vet.
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        06-04-2013, 02:54 PM
    I don't mean like "it's no big deal" literally. It's just that way to her.
        06-04-2013, 02:55 PM
    Have you had the vet out yet to check your mare? I may have missed a post somewhere, if so I'm sorry. Just curious if you've found anything out yet! :)
        06-04-2013, 02:58 PM
    Originally Posted by dbarabians    
    The OP is trying to learn here.
    Giving her advice to prevent complications is all well and good. She needs it.
    Trying to frighten her into your way of thinking is about control.
    Taking offense because someone gives another opinion belies low self esteem. Shalom
    And people are trying to inform her, period.

    No one is trying to frighten her, just giving her the benefit of our own experiences, and those that others have shared with us.

    As to the last comment, maybe you should ponder that one some more Just saying like, God Bless

    Oh and just so I'm not confused, 30 years of breeding sounds like a long long time, but only 2 years ago you said on another forum that you had bred 20 foals, so that isn't a great deal of experience really. Being an educated man you will know that even if the odds are 1 in 100 of something going wrong, it doesn't mean that a tragedy wont happen on breeding #1.
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        06-04-2013, 03:10 PM
    Originally Posted by morganarab94    
    Have you had the vet out yet to check your mare? I may have missed a post somewhere, if so I'm sorry. Just curious if you've found anything out yet! :)
    Not yet. The vet is going to check her when we get the stallion gelded.
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        06-04-2013, 03:11 PM
    I just told my aunt about the hernia and she's going to have the vet look at it :)
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        06-04-2013, 04:13 PM
    Originally Posted by Serenity    
    Not yet. The vet is going to check her when we get the stallion gelded.
    Haven't you just posted in another thread that the mare is expecting?

    Sorry to say this but troll?

    OP you have stated on this Who's planning on a 2014 foal? thread she is expecting?
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        06-04-2013, 04:50 PM
    Golden Horse I have only bred MY arabians for 20 years. In that time I have bred 20 foals not including the 3 this year or any of the foals sired by my stallions for outside mares. Add another 50 if you want to be technical.
    My family has been breeding QHs for 70 years and before that generations of riding horses. We have owned this land since 1837. Horses have been bred continously since then.
    Now I don't need you to validate anything I say. I refuseto validate your opinions for you.
    Since it must bother you so much that I don't agree with the way you are presenting your opinion or have one of my own. My last sentence in my previous post might just apply to you.
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        06-04-2013, 04:51 PM
    I said I wasn't planning but now expecting, meaning if she's pregnant. I posted this the day I found out she was with the stallion.. A lot was going on. I'm not a troll? Now everyone's going to think I am though.. Ugh.
        06-04-2013, 04:51 PM
    Originally Posted by dbarabians    
    If you are not financially secure , or IMO own your own property, you should not breed period.

    I'm sorry, I'd rather have someone in a barn with knowledgeable people VS. Some absolute substandard fencing, crappy pens, and letting ungelded yearlings running with yearling fillys.

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