We got a Tennessee walker before our colt had been gelded, he has been gelded but before that they had been together. In the beginning both had shown signs of interest and the colt had jumped the fence one night and after then they showed no more interest. So we allowed them to stay together as it made the herd happier and we wouldn't have to worry about our horses trying to jump the fence, as they get very antsy when separated and I would take a pregnant mare over an injured horse. We watched them to make sure there wasn't interest and an opening for breeding, but I cant 100% guarantee that they hadn't bred, because I cant watch them all the time and I don't live at the farm. He was gelded during this period. Since that one night(it has been almost 3 months), I haven't seen the mare show any interest and I have even noticed her pushing the colt away when he gets too close. She will throw her bum at him to scare him off. But again I cannot guarantee that there weren't any signs of interest after the one night because I don't know, though I haven't seen any. I don't have a ton of experience with horses so I don't know when she would be in heat and I didn't keep track of it. We talked to the vet and decided to not test her because of cost, and if she is pregnant then she is. I am eager to find out though, but I know there isn't a guarantee either way based on the information I have. What would you guess, pregnant or not? While it wasn't planned at all, I would really love the experience if we had a foal, the best things aren't always planned. ALSO I will attach picture of both the colt (short quarter horse, and yes in the picture provided he is underweight and he is healthy now) and mare(black t walker), please leave comments on what you think the colt would turn out to look like , because I know nothing about equine genetics.. so feel free to
Last edited by Liv55; 07-10-2018 at 04:23 AM.