Since she's 19 and you've had her for 15 of those years, I'm going to say she's probably a maiden mare? Never had a foal before this one? So lack of a bag wouldn't necessarily be a sign that she's not in foal, they frequently don't drop their milk until they've foaled. She looks like she could still be pregnant, so I'd proceed as if she was. Either way, you probably have around a month before you'll know for sure. She could have aborted between 8-9 months, that's when the foal gets really active in there and could have gotten twisted up and died. If the foal was dead inside her, I would expect to be seeing green discharge from the infection it would cause. Has she had her vaccinations? If not, now is the time to do it so she has her immunity as high as it can be to pass on to the foal.
I have a mare who is 311 days in foal today, maiden, and no udder development at all. She is confirmed in foal, visibly pregnant (small inside, she's HUGE) but her udders are still very flat.
Personally, I would load her up and haul her to the OSU breeding farm and have her properly checked and you'd know for certain.
Last edited by Dreamcatcher Arabians; 03-22-2018 at 07:46 AM.