What a day!!! My horse got raped...by her son!!!!

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What a day!!! My horse got raped...by her son!!!!

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    06-25-2010, 11:55 PM
Exclamation What a day!!! My horse got raped...by her son!!!!

Okay, so today was a lonnngg day and it all started with me laying in bed reading a book (Had an allergy flare O.o) and I get an email from my Y.O and she says "Hey I took my son to get a hair cut and when I got back Ragnar (4 year old stallion who is my mares son) got in with the ponies and of course Raekja( my mare ^ his Mom) and Raekja was all blooded and beat up and her vagina was tore up so he penetrated her." So I didnt even waste my time with emailing back, so I called a friend told her....she was a waste of time. So I go and tell my Mom and she says we are going ASAP to see Raekja and the damage. So we get there and she is all sweaty and her fly mask has been ripped off. She has all these bumps and bleeding wounds and her vagina was all tore up. I was so pissed at the Y.O that she walked up to me and I just bursted into tears and told her not to talk to me because I had nothing to say to her. She wasnt happy about that, and she was trying to sugar coat the situation and I wasnt going for it and she knew it so she left my mom, Raekja and me to our business. After I finished crying my eyes out, I brought her into the sun light and everything was 10x worse then it looked in the barn light. I started to hose her off so the flies and sweat were gone. So I have to see if she takes to own son and I really hope she doesnt.
So I don't know what to put on her wounds. Y.O and me put some wound stuff and blue kote on her vagina ( the vet advised us too). And most of the swelling has gone down.

Okay just so you all know, I do know that horses do get bred back to there own gene pool all the time and its not that I don't want her pregnant by her son, I just DO NOT want a foal!! And I can't stress that enough!!!

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    06-26-2010, 12:30 AM
Tough break! =|

I would get a vet out for an ultrasound, or at least call him and figure out when to have him out for an abortion shot. He can also help if she needs stitches, got an infection [in the wound or in her uterus/cervix/etc] or anything else.

This is obviously more than you are prepared to deal with at the moment, so having a vet out is your best bet.

Oh, and from my understanding, you can breed father to daughter, or mother to son, just not sibling to sibling.

Hope I was some help. =]
    06-26-2010, 12:32 AM
So sorry that happened to your mare. I hate it when people's studs get out and breed the mares that happen to be there. That is good you are putting stuff on her wounds - I hope she heals fast! You will want to get a vet to preg check her too. Then, if she is pregnant you can decide whether you want to abort or to keep the foal.
    06-26-2010, 12:33 AM
If the mare is that bad, get a vet out. You want her preg checked soon so you can terminate if she took. Is the YO the owner of the stud? I would be handing her the bills and moving my mare, or at the very least I would be demanding that the stallion's enclosure be done over.
Get the vet out soon (today) though; if she's torn up on the outside, there might be damaged on the inside.
Don't worry about the mare's mental state; animals don't know rape and they have no concept of family ties. So she was mounted and likely bred, but in her mind it wasn't rape, and she had no idea it was her son, and if she did, she didn't care. I'm only worried about the mare's health and safety.
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    06-26-2010, 01:00 AM
Thanks guys!!! I was not prepared for this at all!!! I love the stallion but this brought too much on me!! And the YO called HER vet and the vet said not to worry about it but I am I mean it was bad!!! I will attach a picture!

But to JustDessageIt, I assume she doesnt think its rape, I just couldnt think of another way to word it because I know she didnt want, he has got in with her multiple times (with me near by to intervene) and she bucks and screams and making a big deal, so Im assuming she just got so tired and she was trapped in trees that she just gave up. And yes YO is owner of the stud. And she was sugar coating the whole thing!!! I was going to freak out!!!!
    06-26-2010, 01:35 AM
If he has gotten in with her multiple times, it is far past time to move her. If your YO doesn't take this seriously, it's just going to keep happening. It is up to you to get your horse out of that situation.
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    06-26-2010, 01:45 AM
Aw! Poor girl! I'm sorry that happend..I agree..I'd get a vet to come out and make sure she is okay/not pregnant! And maybe consider moving her.. =/ Best of luck!
    06-26-2010, 01:55 AM
Poor thing! Are the wounds in need of vet care? How bad are they? Agreed, if this has happened before it's way past time to move her away from that barn
    06-26-2010, 10:50 AM
Your mare would not have stood for a stud unless she was in standing heat. If she wasn't, she would have fought and fought until she was or he gave up. He didn't chase her around enough that she "gave up." Way too much human emotion there. =] But again, get a vet and move your poor mare. Any injuries to the stud, by the way? If she wasn't receptive, he would have gotten a few kicks.
    06-26-2010, 11:26 AM
Just a side note as Ricci said - mares will not stand for mounting unless they have a certain personality or are in heat. Most mares will squeal and kick ANY stallion away when they aren't in standing heat.
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