Only problem is, Ginger is very protective. She doesn't strike out, but she'll stand between the foal and people/other horses, and trots off (with the foal following) if you bother her too much. No one has even figured out if the foal is a colt or filly yet!
I've trained two colts already -- Bandit and Dante -- and worked around various other foals and their dams, but I've never dealt with one that you just can't get near.
I was thinking that maybe if I get the pair in a round pen and just fawn over Ginger for awhile, maybe she'll warm up to me and trust me more around her foal, but that's the best solution I could come up with.