Join Date: Jun 2009
Location: British Columbia
The best advice I (or anybody, really) could give you is to get in touch with your vet and create a good relationship with them. Have your mare evaluated, and ask as many questions as you can. At fifteen, if she hasn't been bred before, you have a higher risk of complications and a lower chance of her conceiving. Your vet will also (likely) be able to talk to you about her worth as a broodmare, all of the costs associated with breeding, and tell you exactly what YOUR mare will need in terms of vaccines, feed, etc.