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Date Posted: 11:07:55 10/31/08 Fri
Author: KPF
Subject: congrats on a Baby on Board!
In reply to: Tonja 's message, "Success at Last" on 14:11:34 10/23/08 Thu

>I just wanted to follow up to this string that I
>started. I had a recent ultrasound confirming my mare
>was in foal due April of 2009. Switching to a
>reproductive vet and having her at the facility seemed
>to make the difference for my mare (who is 7 years
>old). She settled on the first try (Hallelujah!) and
>is doing very well. I am anxious to see this foal hit
>the ground! Here's to the next 6 months....

Congratulations! Yes you definately need a vet will is highly experienced with the Friesian horses or else most clinics will just waste your hard earned cash!

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