09-30-2010, 09:25 PM
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What are her chances of slipping again?
Ok so I have an 18 year old TBXQHXPerch mare, I've used her for showjumping for 8 years and this year I've moved to an area that doesn't do much of jumping or dressage so she's currently being used at the local RDA (Riding for Disabled Australia) barn that I work at twice weekly and just a general hack out the rest of the week. I put her in foal when she was 15 and she slipped at 3 months. The vet said he'd checked her thoroughly and he thinks it was the stallion that gave her an infection. I didn't try again, but lately I've been thinking that I want a new project horse and I love this mare and have had her forever, I have been offered a service to my friends ClydieXTB stallion, very well bred and gorgeous mover. My dentist says that she has canines which could possibly equate to a hormone imbalance. I've had two vets go over her and they've given her the all clear and say judging by her teats she's had at least one foal before I've owned her since she was 10 almost 11 and know that she didn't have a foal from 8-10 years old but could have easily had one before that. So long story short, what are the chances of her slipping again?