9/10 months....OOHHH... A holiday baby, how fun is that(besides the fact you cant touch the mare) It could be "halloweens spook"baby or "A Thankgiving Turkey" Or if I'm too far with my guess " A christmas day present" or even " a New Year baby".
Just relax, and walk wide, some horses warm up and some just arent ment to.
She's a pretty mare--I like her a lot; I'm no help as to when she's likely to foal. She has a pleasant look about her, and I think that if someone could spend quite a bit of time working with her she would come around...I didn't get around to replying to your other thread about her, so thought I'd just add that in here!
she has been here for 8 months. Paris (her name) does watch your every move, in fact I don't think I have ever seen her ears back even when she kicks/rears.....very alpha mare, snorts, paws ...if cornered or if she feels threatened she will try and escape thru solid walls/over fences/over or thru you.....to me that is not an enjoyable experience for the handler or for the horse...especially when there are so many wonderful mares looking for homes. He won't touch her now because she is in foal and he doesn't want to 'stress' her...but in reality, he can't get near her either.....sigh...tough situation on all...sad situation.....maybe after she foals she will improve a bit.......
Here's a thought. How would we feel if we were uprooted in the last trimester of our pregnancy to a foreign country, knowing nobody. It's a scary and vulnerable situation to be in to say the least. Horses have no voice in the home of their choice. Some resign themselves, others get in the cornered tiger mode.
A wise horsewoman once said to me that equines come into our lives to teach us something. The best we can do is make their plight better and, if necessary, find a home where they can flourish. Truth be told, there have been times when I didn't have the knowledge/experience to bring out the best in a horse, but made darned sure that a home was found that could.