I think everyone posting in this thread needs to go back and take a look at this: The Surprise Foaling Thread for Hunny
It changed my opinion of the OP and her situation. As a new horse owner, she budgeted for her new riding horse and got a mare in foal instead. I think that would present a challenge to the most careful planners and budgeters among us.
Second, it's clear from the thread that the mare is well cared for, foaled in a safe place, has had in general, good, appropriate care and that her owner is devoted to her care and determined to do whatever is needed.
However, I also want to defend NdAppy and some of the other vocal critics in this thread. When you've been participating in horse forums for a while, you'll learn that "I can't get the vet out because __________" is a huge red flag, usually posted by somone using the internet in place of veterinary advice. We've all heard it over and over, and 99% of the time, it's an excuse for inadequate care. The whole reason there's a vet directory on this forum is that the number one entry for the blank in that statement is "...there isn't one close to me."
What happened in this thread is that the poor OP unwittingly posted the "red flag" statement separately from the thread detailing all her efforts to care for her mare.
The foal is adorable. Best of luck to you, the mare and the foal.