She is the cutest mare. What a doll. Do you know her age? Sometimes the yearlings can have those giant pregnant like bellies and it's a matter of adjusting their diets. If you can stand her square and then get behind her and photograph her from behind that would help.
How tall is she first of all? Then, let's get a couple of new pictures. The first, standing behind her, squatting right down at her level, and looking forward toward her head. We're look to see is she is showing any lopsidedness, since most babies don't lay 50/50 equally poking out both sides. Then a full on side shot again squatting right down at her level.
She looks very small -- a teeny one. Perhaps someone could help you get the pictures, and when you get the side shot, have her head turned in a straight line with her body, so we can see her whole shape.
Welcome to our Nutty Nursery, and with these pictures, we should have something to start with. And as Brody said, if you have some beginning pictures from when you first got her, those would be good to see, also.
Twix is coming up 5 years, a friend bred her, circumstances changed and she had to sell her 2 years ago, she went to 'a petting farm' out 24/7 on lush pasture she was so overweight ........ on the weigh tape December 5th, she was 146kg, 2 weeks ago down to 115kg, her true weight (weigh machine) in February was 103kg.
She was so round and could just about walk.......... weight came off nicely and i could see definition !
Twix is about 28/29 inches.
It was seeing 'a bag' when she swished her tail the other night that started me thinking as i'd checked under there a while ago and i'm sure there was nothing !
I have no idea about the stallion, the 'Lady' i bought her from won't reply to messages or calls, i'm just so concerned about this little mare .............. in my opinion, she should never have been bred, which is why i bought her to prevent this happening !!
Lopsided...... yes. I'm going to say pregnant, too. And don't worry about her size for breeding. I've foaled out many a mare under 28-29 inches, and most popped out baby just fine on their own. But, with these teeny ones, it's extra important to be in attendance, because there isn't much room in there to move baby around if labor has progressed too far along and baby is 'jammed' up in the birth canal. The easiest is when you are there and can check before labor gets too far along, in case you have to find a hoof, or mover a muzzle,etc. Much easier before they are pushed up tight trying to get out.
Kudos on getting her weight to a more proper level:
visited my friend today to get back my foaling camera - good job her mares not due until June !
so will be set up tomorrow when the stable has been disinfected - have another mare in there at the moment - had'nt planned on having a foal this year, to say i'm angry with this 'Lady' is an understatement !
lots of bum/belly rubbing on her hay box the last few nights and has layed down in her stable which i've never seen her do before and her bag has'nt gone down much today, not that its that big at the moment, she is starting to elongate and has the 'jelly bum'.