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    06-24-2013, 04:02 AM
Pregnant mini advice

Hi all! I am new to this forum as I was looking for info on pregnant minis and came across this site. My daughter and I are rescuing 4 negelcted minis tommorow and one of them is a mare in with two stallions so we can only assume she is pregnant. The people don't know if or when she got bred. This would be her second foal. One of the stallions in with her in her first foal. He is 2 now. Not sure how long she has been in with them ect. They can't remember! Anyway, I havent had a foal in 9 years and that one was a surprise as well when I bought a horse not knowing she was pregnant. I know nothing of minis or mini pregnancies. Have had horses for years just never minis. She's very scared and skittish. Question is, how can I tell how far along she is? I don't want to stress her out with a bunch of new people poking and proding her as I want to gain her trust, especially if she is pregnant and if she needs my help she will let me help. Any advice on her and a foaling kit would be awome! Thanks!

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