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  • #41
    OMG I'm so sorry!! What a horrible thing and there are just no words .
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    • #42
      My heart is bleeding for you. I am sending many, many jingles for your mare's recovery.

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        #43
        Holding Her Own

        Thanks everybody for the kind words, I know breeders understand how excruciatingly horrible this kind of event really is.

        I went to see the mare at the clinic yesterday, she is holding her own.
        She is, of course, on fluids, pain meds, electrolytes, etc. She was reasonably bright, still dripping/streaming milk. Placenta had been expelled the morning after surgery with the help of an Oxytocin drip. She was not eating the mashes offered by the clinic so I brought the stuff I feed at home and offered her a handful which she immediately gobbled down and asked for more ! What a diva !
        I am hoping she continues to improve, there still is a long road ahead for both of us.
        Thanks again for all the wishes.
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        • #44
          Continued jingles, she looks like a trooper.
          McDowell Racing Stables

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          • #45
            Originally posted by mht View Post
            Well, my mare is at Day 355, as of today. Don't think even the full moon tonight is going to make her go. Not much udder, a tiny white drop on each teat, but very relaxed in the back end. Let's get this over with!!!!!
            So sorry to come back to this thread and see this. Continued good thoughts for recovery. I do, however have some good news. Day 365 finally got us a filly. By Mirabeau, out of a minimal sabino chestnut TB mare, so the baby is a palomino, has a big blaze, and I think four white ankles. Will know better when she gets outside tomorrow.
            What you allow is what will continue.

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            • #46
              Elfe, I remain hopeful for your pretty mare and I feel a little encouraged to see her standing and holding on her own. Again, sending many jingles for a long road to complete recovery. I have my fingers and toes crossed for you.

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              • #47
                Thanks for the update. Still jingling.

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                • #48
                  SOOOOO sorry for your you!!!! What a huge foal, I was stunned with the photos, wow. Please know that my thoughts are with you and your mare!

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                  • #49
                    Oh, I am so sorry. How heartbreaking. I had my first ever litter of puppies last night, from a rescue i just got wednesday. I do NOT have the fortitude for breeding of any kind. I know horses but not dogs and I was worried sick.
                    I will be thinking of you and your mare and I pray you have a good result.
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                    • #50
                      There are no words
                      So very sorry for your loss just so sad and unfair
                      Prima Equestrian / KWPN GOLD Level Breeder
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                      2017 foals by - Diamant de Semilly, Chin Chin, Cardento, Balou du Rouet, Quasimodo van de Molendreef and Hennessy.

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                      • #51
                        Still jingling and praying for you and your girl.
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                          #52
                          Update May 10th.

                          Vv had been fairly stable but when they took her off IV fluids she started not being "really" into eating any longer. Turns out her creatinine was up above normal level, so they tubed her with fluids and she is still in the hospital.
                          Also staph was cultured from a uterine lavage and from discharge from the abdominal incision. She is getting antibiotics for that.
                          We will re-evaluate on Monday.
                          Thanks for all the wishes.
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                          • #53
                            Following your story from the wings. Sending lots of jingles and warm wishes to everyone involved. Your dear mare is a trooper! Go girl!

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                            • #54
                              Continued jingles for a complete recovery.
                              McDowell Racing Stables

                              Home Away From Home

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                              • #55
                                Sending more jingles for your mare, Elfe.
                                Mary Lou
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                                • #56
                                  Healing vibes from Colorado (and a big cyber hug to you).

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                                  • #57
                                    Jingles for you mare. Sounds like she is getting wonderful care.

                                    So sorry on your colt.

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                                    • #58
                                      Still praying and jingling for your mare.
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                                      • #59
                                        Jingling for your girl who is a really beautiful mare. She's in my prayers.

                                        Diane Halpin/Laurel Leaf Hanoverians: Facebook

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                                        • #60
                                          Jingles for your mare. Please keep us updated.

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