01-20-2009, 11:10 PM
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There's something a vet can give a horse to make it abort the foal, and IMO, it's really not the vet's position to ask for a good reason to make a mare abort, and a vet shouldn't say 'no' just because there's not a good reason. It's the horse-owners rights. Though I think that after a certain amount of time, a certain amount of months, it wouldn't be in a mares best interests health-wise to forseher to abort... but I may be wrong, I dunno...