Reproductive Services

Hoping for a foal this year?  We can help. We offer breeding services to help you get the foal of your dreams!

We're Here to Help You—from breeding to foaling to weaning, and beyond!

We know how hard it can be to get your mare in foal and how you put your hopes and dreams into that new foal,, We are here from start to finish; from breeding to foaling, from weaning to training, and from training to competition, and finally to retirement, We are here for you for the life of your horse.

When it's time to breed your mare, we provide the following services

  • Artificial Insemination (AI) with cooled or frozen semen
  • Cooled semen shipping   
  • Problem mares:
    • Reproductive Ultrasound
    • Uterine Culture, Cytology, Biopsy, Lavage, etc.
  • Fetal sexing and advanced pregnancy evaluations available on request.
  • Embryo Transfer

Foaling—What to expect with your foaling mare

Below is a timetable of what to expect when your mare foals. If anything does not occur in the time frame below CALL OUR OFFICE IMMEDIATELY!

  1. The mare will break water first—she is now in labor. The foal should be on the ground within ½ hour.
  2. The foal should stand within 1 hr of being born.
  3. The foal should nurse within 2 hours of being born.
  4. The mare should pass the placenta in one piece within 4 hours.

Once the foal is born, if everything has gone according to the above plan, call our office to arrange an appointment to check the mare and foal.

They will need to be checked approximately 24 hours after foaling to check that the foal got the proper immunities from the colostrum and that the placenta was passed whole and without tears. Save the placenta in a cool area (away from dogs and coyotes) for the examination by a Veterinarian.

A Happy, Healthy Mare and Foal

Our goal is to make your breeding and foaling experience successful with a healthy mare and foal and give you the comfort of knowing we are here to help you through the process from breeding to foaling to weaning and beyond!

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