E=Aesthetic;5939162]If I honestly remembered I would tell you, best thing you could do is phone your vet and ask!
Ultrasound shouldn't be sky high expensive, it's considered a primary treatment since breeding is very common.
If I were you I would get her ultrasounded, check for pregnancy and make sure twins is not possible.
Also! Debating...Do you have any pictures of this "Gelding?"
IF she is pregnant would you keep the foal or lute it?
It's an accidental breeding, if both parents are unproven, not well built, so forth the foal will receive a lot of that.
Unregistered and horses that are not eye catching do not sell for much. There are so many unwanted babies out there from BYB, accidental breedings, and surplus of breedings.
Before we get into all of that, I would make sure she IS pregnant. If she is not you dont have anything to worry about.[/QUOTE]
I have a picture of the head of the gelding in question. They have decent body structures, decent coloring, but their range in abilities are very great. My mare I use for drill team, barrels, ranch work, great trail horse, anything cow, poles, even done some english stuff. The 'gelding' 2D barrel racer,ex-roper/anything cow, great trail horse, very docile temperament. Very good and athletic horses. I do believe that it he baby could be sold if she were to be pregnant. But I would like to approach that after the pregnant or not question :). Male is also registered with beautiful bloodlines, exracer as well. Here is a picture of his head, what good it will do you I have no idea. Posted via Mobile Device