What breed is a mare?
A mare is an adult female horse.
If you want to know who to breed your mare on howrse.com: You can breed your mare whenever you want but it has to be 3 years or over to mate. If you do decide to breed your mare then you have to click Coverings and then find a horse you want the father to be. It will cost you around 200e to cover your mare. At birth you also have to pay the vet… Read More
Yes you can always breed a smaller stallion with a bigger mare, but breeding a bigger stallion with a much smaller mare will cause problems.
A sterile mare is a female horse that cannot breed.
A mare is never to old to breed. If she is immortal, she can breed forever, if she is not immortal, you have to be aware of the fact that she might die due to low health after 25 years old, meaning the foal will disappear along with the mare if she dies.
No, if a mare is in foal, or having a baby, she cannot breed again until she has given birth and until the that foal is done nursing.
There is no lead stallion. There is Alpha Mare. SHE leads the pack. But a stallion in the pack would breed with most every mare.
you get a thoughrobred mare n a thoughrobred stallion, and breed them together
You want to get your horse to have its baby in May, So breed it in June
It depends. The breed of the horses involved, which coats are dominant in the breed, and wether or not the horses are purebred. For example, if you breed a purebred black horse to a pure brown Thoroughbred mare, then the foal will be black because black is dominant in the breed. However, this rule of coat domination is only true if the horses are purebreds.
Mare is the feminine. Mare means adult female horse. Stallion is the masculine or Gelding if it's had surgery so it can't breed
Horses (of any breed) can have varying costs depending on breed, age, discipline, training level, temperament, conformation and many other things. An Arabian mare can range anywhere from $500 to up and over $50,000 for a professionally trained mare (or a very good brood mare).
Yes, you can breed a mare if her foal is still nursing
you must get at least 60% or three stars on your horses catagorys to breed with the mare
In heat or in estrus.
By a mare and a stallion meeting. You get the gist.
It's always importent to make sure your mare is in heat, or the mare you want to breed to, otherwise the stallion will take no notice and the mare will have to wait at the most, a month, before the stallions teasing gets her into season, after that there are two options, natural breeding, just leave the mare and stallion alone in the paddock for afew days or a week, or you can wait till… Read More
Yes. If the boy horse is still a stud he can breed a very small mare. This is not a good idea because the foal is likely to be to large for the mare to foul out.
I need a name for my story that is about a chestnut wild stallion that finds a mare and start a new breed?
The Penny Breed. i write stories so i could think of one if i new what colour the mare was.
Generally, a yearling colt is not mature enough or large enough to breed a mare. However, certain individuals can mature more rapidly than expected and while the newly turned 1 year old may not breed a mare he may certainly do so at 16-18 months.
Yes, if you use a fertility wand. There is still a 1 in 6 chance of getting a unicorn foal, just like when you breed a uni mare without the wand. Make sure you breed the mare to the same breed and the covering must be at 6:23 am or pm.
She will breed with the stud that has fought and won a fight against another stud,
We had a rescue horse that had a baby at just three. It will stunt her growth I assume, but it is possible. With the surplus of horses out there today, I would say it is not a needed expense. Why breed a young mare?
If your horse is a mare wait until the horse has reached sexual maturity and then click public coverings but if you have purchased a stallion go to your mare and click private coverings and ask for your mare to breed with a stallion then after a number of months your mare will give birth, then once the foal doesn't live with it's mother start again!
ginger is a chestnut thoroughbred mare
2 or 3 depending on the breed
Having a mare breed with a stallion.
Mostly Likely turn out on the most dominate, but it is possible for a Shire and ASB to breed. We have a mule that was from a 18hh Belgian draft and a minature donkey so it is possible. I would advise that it is dangerous to breed a big draft with a ASB they are tall and thin and it may be hard on the mare depending on what the foal might be. It could… Read More
You are really not supposed to, due to the fact that both the mare and stallion run the risk of getting injured.
Covering your mare is basically just another word for breeding your horse.
you breed a mare (girl horse) that has positive BLUP with a male horse
Make sure both of your horses are of the same breed and pure breed too, then just go to reproduction for your stallion and click on cover a mare and click on your choice then click on the mare you want to be covered. The next step is to go to the mare and accept the covering.
It would simply be a paint/ mustang cross. There's no special name for it that I know of. Well I am answering this about howrse.com the answer depends on the genetics of your mare. If you mare is 50 percent paint and 50 percent mustang or something else, who knows what the foal could be. If your mare is more something else or has an amount of mustang in her, the chances are you will… Read More
What is the textbook definition of a 'foundation mare'. Can any mare be used as the foundation or starting mare for a stud and what registration requirements would you need?
Foundation stock (mares and stallion) are the progenatiors of a whole breed or a bloodline within a breed. A foundation mare should have as near perfect conformation as possible and have a very good temperament. At some point they should also have had a decent show career / record to prove they are worthy of breeding. The same thing applies to stallions. If you are trying to create a new breed (not a good idea… Read More
You go to the male you want your mare to breed with, go to reproduction and and under covering, click reserved for one of your mare's, then type in the name of your mare or press see mares, then click confirm. Go back to the mare you want to breed with go under reproduction and then private offers (it will be colored not gray of you did the steps before) and click confirm!
No, they are not. If you put a stallion with a mare instantly, the mare could kick him so let them get used to each other first.
A stallion donkey is called a Jack. A jack will try to breed a mare, but the mare may not let him cover her, even if she is in season (ovulating).
2 years 6 months
You can breed one yourself!All you do is breed any mare with a Friesian Male!The other options are to buy!
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A purebred mare is a female horse over the age of four years old whose lineage consists only of horses of her breed. In other words, there were no other horses in her family tree that were not registered horses of her breed.
I have a dark bay mare that was breed to a red dun. The red dun has a sorrel and a buckskin parent and my mare has a sorrel and a bay parent. What colors are possible out of this combo? Thankyou!
Your best chance of getting a buckskin would be to breed her to a cremello. The foal should be either bucksin or palomino depending on the "black points gene" the mare carries
Technically, a mare can be bred again on her "foal heat". Her first "heat" cycle usually a few weeks after giving birth. For big breeding farms they do rebreed the mare at this time. For most backyard horse people this time comes and goes without notice. They are too busy playing with their new foal and its nice for the mare to recover from birthing. There is usually plenty of time to decide if you… Read More
The first heat that occurs a few days after birth is called a Foal Heat. Breeding a mare on a foal heat is possible, but sometimes not the best thing for the mare. As a result many breeders do not breed on foal heat. Just because you can do something, doesn't mean you should.
Usually, if the mare is in standing heat (the stage of estrus where the mare will stand quietly for breeding) she will accept the sexual advances of the stallion.
This depends on the breed. A fallabela mare my stand only 5hh, while a shire mare may stand 21hh. The females are not all that different from the stallions actually. It depends more on the parents and breed than the gender.
So long as they are from the same breed and both parents are registered, yes you can breed a trotter to a pacer and register it.
Like any other animals....you have to breed a stallion and a mare.
Mares can breed from age 2 years and older.
There is no 'average' weight for a mare as weight will vary from breed to breed and horse to horse. A typical riding type horse however will vary between 700-1500 pounds with 1200 pounds being the average.