Join Date: Oct 2011
Location: Desert from Hell, CA.
actually, if you catch it in time, the vet can give her a shot of Lute. Think of it as the Morning After pill....
If she is kicking out of fear, that's one consideration. You can then decide if YOU are causing the fear, and how to get hwr over it. OR if she is being a witch, UNLEASH wrath. Don't beat her, but you would need to let her know in no uncertain terms that you are the BOSS, and she dare not even think of raising hoof to you.
And if you don't want him gelded, get used to him being lonely. Or resign uourself to backyard breeding foals until something bad happens. Hope they all find good homes, and you decide gelding is worth it, otherwise. ...the cycle repeats, only with the added joy of inbreeding!
How can I say uou arent listening? Ok, Im pretty sure people asked why you would chance breeding these animals.
Are they registered?
Any chance of dwarf, read sickly, offspring?
Do they have good conformation, are built well, for breeding?
Are you willing and prepared to give prenatal care?
Do you have a vet on call if something goes wrong with the pregnancy?
Is there really any darn good reason this stud wouldn't be so much better off as a gelding??!
And I will add, did you know she can get knocked up AGAIN her heat after baby?
Anyway, IMO you're over your head. Get the filly a shot of lute if possible, separate them and work on her training issues WITHOUT the added atress.
Originally Posted by Jareth, the Goblin King
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Last edited by tinyliny; 10-19-2013 at 03:52 PM.