No, unfortunately. And since she was a "pasture" broodmare, and the stallion was put in, I can only guess and breed date and how long her "typical" gestation might be. That is why I have kind of given up guessing, and just sit back and wait now. As long as my vet says she is good, I will try not to worry much. She has had 11 babies, so she knows what she is doing. I would love to be able to watch, but I just want a good, healthy baby on the ground. Plus, she is miserable since the temps have been in the high 90s to low 100s.
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