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Lorden 02-09-2014 01:16 PM

Lilos foaling thread * Update * Baby is here *
 
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Hello to all of you.
I am new to this forum and it feels like a very nice forum.
As I said, I am new and named Billy Eriksson and hails from southern Sweden and has dealt with warm blood breeding in several years.
I have now went over to Tinker horses and I've got a Mare to foal in March-april.
I come now to the question is there someone who can help me to see the Mare when she is supposed to have foal.
The type of breed I have dealt with are at hand and Lilo has gone with Stallion all summer so I have no exact date of foaling.
I was going to also start a picture wire on my three-year Stallion to be judged at the end of april
so keep your fingers crossed that it goes well for os

P.S. apologies if my grammar is not so good

KigerQueen 02-09-2014 01:44 PM

She is adorable!!! Welcome to the forum :). I think a Vet would be better at telling her foaling date.

Do you have a picture of the Sire?

Lorden 02-09-2014 03:18 PM

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Originally Posted by KigerQueen (Post 4723513)
She is adorable!!! Welcome to the forum :). I think a Vet would be better at telling her foaling date.

Do you have a picture of the Sire?

Well a vet can probably see it right away, but I explained myself enough not enough, what I meant was that I'd love to have tips on how I can see in what stage she is in.
and there can secure a vet teach me but it is not the thing with a forum.
yes, I have pictures of the father and they come here.

DeliciousD 02-09-2014 03:42 PM

Are tinker horses a recognised breed now? They are two a penny her :)

Has she been ultra sounded so you know she's Infoal/ not carrying twins?

Lorden 02-09-2014 03:58 PM

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Originally Posted by DeliciousD (Post 4724321)
Are tinker horses a recognised breed now? They are two a penny her :)

Has she been ultra sounded so you know she's Infoal/ not carrying twins?

Sorry but I do not understand the last thing in your sentence (They are two a penny her)?
Tinker and Irish cob is the same race but with two different unions.

I sincerely apologize for my poor english::-(

paintedpastures 02-09-2014 04:34 PM

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Originally Posted by Lorden (Post 4724393)
Sorry but I do not understand the last thing in your sentence (They are two a penny her)?
Tinker and Irish cob is the same race but with two different unions.

I sincerely apologize for my poor english::-(


:lol: don't feel bad I don't understand that terminology either :? & English is my only language:wink:

Chiilaa 02-09-2014 06:52 PM

"Two a penny" means the same as "A dime a dozen". DeliciousD is saying there are lots of this particular type of horse where she lives.

DeliciousD 02-09-2014 07:01 PM

Pretty much. They are call gypsy banners, Irish big cobs, tinker horses etc. basically hairies with colour. They are a bit of an issue over here as they are bred for colour and indiscriminate breeding.

Not my cup of tea but I wish you the best.

paintedpastures 02-09-2014 07:46 PM

thanks for the explanation:D

SunnyDraco 02-09-2014 08:22 PM

Welcome to the forum. Here is a link to a foaling journal on a mare's changes approaching foaling. But each mare is different and either follow the rule book or surprise you.
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