Mare in foal showing signs of being in season?

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Mare in foal showing signs of being in season?

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    01-30-2007, 05:48 PM
Mare in foal showing signs of being in season?

Hello one and all, I have just found your site and hope one of you can be of some help............ I had a mare scanned in foal last september, the vet said she was 6-8 weeks in foal, I was moving her yesterday past two stallions and she started to show signs of being in season, casting and backing into the horses.

I have spoke to a number of people and have been told different things, some say it is possible for a mare to show signs and still be in foal, others say is coming on thursday........guess what I want to know is has anyone on here had the same experience?

Any help would be great, thanks guys and girls!
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    02-01-2007, 06:48 AM
It is entirely possible that your mare is still in foal. It is also possible that she lost the foal she was carrying. I have had many a bred mare show heat and go on to deliver a nice, healthy foal.
Good luck and let us know what you find out!

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