Ensure your decision to breed is the right one and that you’re prepared to handle the costs and commitments involved.
Dr. Nancy Diehl addresses a question about why a mare might respond differently to training after having her first foal.
The National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame’s livestream follows the daily activities of pregnant mares and the births of their foals.
The accelerometer is designed to detect subtle restlessness, the researchers said. Small movements, such as weight-shifting or minor head-bobbing, could be caused by distress related to the first stage of parturition, they said.
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