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Before foaling occurs, take the time to clean and disinfect the stall.
Direct observation of the mare at frequent intervals may delay foaling.
Coleman suggested that the mare be moved to the foaling area between four to six weeks before the estimated foaling date, so she can be come comfortable.
The average and median foaling dates for the last ten winners of the Cheltenham Gold Cup are over a month later than for Derby winners, which illustrates the greater flexibility jumps breeders have producing horses who won't grace a racecourse until later in their lives.
Starting with the Queen Mary, seven of the last 20 (35 per cent) were won by January foals despite them accounting for just 13 per cent of the runners, while Damson (2004) and Shining Hour (1999), who were foaled in April, are the only winners during this period who had foaling dates later than March 27.
Thus the fact that Maid For Running had recovered so well from her foaling persuaded Redvers to cover her so quickly.
Among the other early foaling mares is the regally bred Paquita, who delivered a filly by Tiger Hill in early January.
THE US Jockey Club has announced that it conducted numerous inspections of farms in nine states across the US last month to check on broodmares with early foaling dates.
He gained no advantage from his early foaling date, and was not going to be competitive with his official crop for several years.
KINGWOOD STUD closed out the foaling season in good time when Royale Rose produced the stud's final foal of 2003, a chestnut colt by
The event was also a first for Sue Caldwell, who has had plenty of experience in foaling barns, but was attending her first birth as Newsells Park's new foaling specialist.
On The House died after foaling a Lion Cavern colt in 1998.
Sue Caldwell's book, Foaling Simplified (pounds 12), is of considerable topical interest.
Then the foaling mares are producing either still-births or foals born with a `redbag'.