Oh yes Meg, I will be able to keep in touch. I was very picky about where she went. I said approved home only and I meant in.
The vien KT is talking about is called the Milk Vien and it runs near the bottom the belly. On some mares you can't see it though. On Nita I could see it but on my other mare is has never been visible.
I have pretty much no experience with horses foaling but my cousin said she was going to keep looking for signs on her mare so she could call my sister and I to go watch her have the baby but apperently she had it without any signs they just woke up one morning and there it was.
Im excited for you lol I can't wait to see soem pictures!
She's just hanging on to that baby! She's been a right little madam today too. Normally comes waddling into the stable from the field, but today she decided it would be fun to rear, buck and tank off to the stable at full speed! I was taken that much by suprise, I consequently ended up face down in the mud, much to Ellies amusment. When I got to her stable, she looked round at me as if to say "I've been telling you for the past hour I wanted in!" and then continued to munch her hay. Horses!!!!!
:( No, still the same, no change. I think she's going to hang on like Nita did.
She seems to be getting very stroppy. Still affectionate, but she's wanting to come in earlier. She screams at me from over the fence, and gets grumpy if I make her wait.