12-13-2009, 09:03 PM
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If you realise that financial issues are going to be a problem, if you find she is prego, have it terminated. Plus if you dcide to keep it you have to think about what the foal will be like... How are the possible fathers conformation? Your mares? Temperments?
I think you should have her palpated ASAP and if she is, have it terminated before it is too late and you have a backyard baby you can't afford.
I would also talk to the stallions' owner and ask them to either put up some electric wire of fix the fence, and since they were the ones at fault(their boys after all) see if they will help with the vet bill to see if she is prego and then if they will help if you choose to have it terminated...