Yes, I paid for and moved her the first weekend of October of last year, with my gelding. So she is AT LEAST 9 months along. There was only 3 weeks or so between the pictures, so maybe more?
When I say it was hastily done - the forage ran out at the boarding place and no more would be planted. More horses were being added to the pasture on top of that, and my gelding was dropping weight despite my best efforts (and I'm talking 10 lbs of feed a day and as much hay as he would eat at a time). Horses started breaking out to find food, and the night a different mare (not mine) backed me up on a barbed fence and kicked the crap outta me, we were outta there. So, I realize my set up isn't ideal and I've not gotten her as far as she needs to be in regards to desensitizing her, but it was by necessity. Truly. Someone was bound to get hurt, and that someone was gonna be me. (Note, neither of my horses have ever offered a kick since I've had them. )
I have gotten her to where I can be around with a halter in hand, but she's wary of it. The one time I could rub a rope on her, she tolerated for all of 5 seconds before bolting. But this is something we work on several days a week.
She does let me rub her (even her belly and hind quarters), brush her, walk around, pick up feet, etc. She's learned ground manners in short time and really is just the sweetest thing.
I just don't want to give the impression that I'm naive or don't know anything. I picked her because she was young and (although ungentled) had a good temperment. She and my gelding got along well before moving, so I knew there wouldn't be bullying. My options are trailering her or build stocks for the vet to come out. Neither being something I can do overnight.
Ps - if anyone happens to have good prints for a solid stock or any ideas on that, creatively, I'm all ears.