Hi there, I’m new to the forum! Last September I picked up a little filly at auction. I contacted the previous owner and was told that she was born in 2018, and that she had pulled her stud out when she got bigger so she was not exposed. After looking at her teeth I didn’t believe that she was as young as I was told. I then had a vet check her out who said that she was actually 3. As for the “not being around a stud”, she was in a pen at the auction with a stud from the same place... The vet tried to give her an ultrasound back in September but was unable to see anything as she was so fluffy. Recently I had noticed some movements in her tummy that I hadn’t seen before. I also read that comparing heart girth to flank girth could indicate whether or not a horse was in foal so I measured and there was a 5 inch difference. My mother in law and I both pushed on her belly and swear we felt something push back. I’m wondering whether there is a chance she got bred late and whether it would be worth getting a vet out again to do an ultrasound? (and maybe bring some clippers this time to cut through the fluff lol) I have added some pictures of her when we got her and what she looks like now, though I know the winter coat can be deceiving. Compared to my chubby Shetland gelding her belly seems to hang very low rather than wide like he is. There is a picture of him looking at the camera and her with her butt to the camera. Any advice would be greatly appreciated, thanks in advance!