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post #481 of 1194 Old 04-04-2013, 09:26 AM Thread Starter
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I really don't see how she can hold this baby in without it falling out when she walks!!! If you set and watch her you can watch her vulva move, tighten then loosen. It opens up some and it looks as though you can see about 1/2 inch inside just from 5 feet away! I don't understand why she has not dropped this baby!
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post #482 of 1194 Old 04-04-2013, 09:36 AM
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Start loading up the car like you are going o a very long trip, say goodbye the way you do for a trip, drive around the corner, or even a place that you can see her but she can't see you...I bet that foal will POP right out!
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Start loading up the car like you are going o a very long trip, say goodbye the way you do for a trip, drive around the corner, or even a place that you can see her but she can't see you...I bet that foal will POP right out!
I may do that today! Go play at the park for an hour?!? Lmbo! I am at the point to where I don't believe she is going to have it but I am in the routine of watching.
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post #484 of 1194 Old 04-04-2013, 11:56 AM
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Last foal we had born (35 yrs ago). We were headed out of the driveway, with the horse trailer full, going to a trail ride. Looked over just as her water broke, then she laid down, we stayed home long enough to make sure everything was good, doctored the navel, then headed down the road.
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Well, it's raining! And she will not come up to the stall! She's grazing and acting fine but don't want me near her and won't come up.
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Oh geeze...prob drop it right out there in the rain....I know that's what Annie will do...lol
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It's a cold rain too! I'm watching her close out my window. If she does have it I'll just pick it up I guess she will follow me then.
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It's so hard with a mare that you really don't know when she is due... going by vet palp only.

I really feel for you .. but that lack of bag bothers me. I hope she waits and thinks about bagging up. You think you're tired now? Hopefully you won't be bottle feedin Jr. Around the clock ...

I wish she'd get with the program!


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Come on out and have a pep talk with her Texasgal! I wish she would even bag up a little. When I bought her around the 10 th of Feb. The owner said then that she was already at 10 months. Going by the last time the stud got out. She was vet checked and palped on their farm on the 3rd of Feb. I have the paper work from the vet. Then, when the first vet came here she was dripping from herand then it crusted. He said she was drying up. So he recommended the shots of dop something. Done, the fastforward to the 13th of march. My vet came out did another palp to make sure baby was alive and still in there due to me not seeing movement. He said 10-1/2-11 months then by size of foal and he said he could fill her relaxed from the inside. Ok, so you can get why I'm worried. Today is the 360 by my vet at the latest. By the owner she's at like 380!!!!!!! So I'm hoping she was wrong by just being frazzled because of selling. I've emailed her countless times asking her to tell me at least the month sunshine was with the stud. No reply.
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Yeah .. I know you're worried. It's concerning. My hope is that the owner and the vet have miscalculated .. and/or the mare is going late .. will bag up before she foals.

If not, won't be the first bottle baby in the world...

I know you'll be relieved when it's all over and everyone is healthy..

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