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Shes lovely part of the family lets the children climb all over her had her about five years now shes 7, i wanted to breed her, shes 100% coed coch and buying fizz was supposed to be a trail run in foaling down but made me more nervous if anything

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Lovely Mare :)

 

I agree with Debby :)

 

As she is improving rapidly with her condition , just keep a close eye on her too much green grass is not good and could lead to problems with laminitis. Only saying this as she has come from poor conditions to a lush grazing life with you :)

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Thats a great point Ryan i totally agree i worry every year with may other mare and alway ask my farrier if theres any signs, however fizz's belly seems to be getting really big now stopped the in hand grazing and the swelling infront of her udder is also growing shes fine in her self eat, weeing and poo is normal so just to keep me eye on her

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