From the first pics where you have the kid on the mare, she looks to still be carrying from side to side and not dropped yet. Can't tell if she's looking like she's started bagging or not yet.
What do I rely on for foaling:
(I now have my dream foaling stall, power for lights and a camera so I can watch from inside the house.)
Power for lights
Straw for bedding
5 gal bucket w/lid for placenta
Shot glass (for dipping the umbilical stump)
7% Iodine (if you can get it, I haven't been able too for the last 2 years, f'n drug addicts anyhow)
Foal Saver Blanket
Tube of Colostrum for the foal, if needed
Predict A Foal Kit, I LOVE THIS THING! It's not a necessity, but it sure does give a good heads up.
This year, I was looking at Honey and she looked like, "Yeah, tonight's the night", but I was figuring on past midnight. I did the foaling prediction and RAN to town to finish up my last minute things I needed and when I got back she was dropping down to foal. If I hadn't done the kit, I'd have missed the whole thing because I'd have taken my time in town. Because the test changed color so fast, I KNEW that baby was coming quick.