Dr. Scot’s Food for Thought

We usually think that a mare (or Stallion) that is successful in their athletic career is a good candidate for the breeding shed. After all, success breeds success doesn’t it? I would submit that this may not always be the case. It is worth considering what it took to...

Caring for Your New Born Foal

A normal delivery for the foal should be an exciting event. It is important however to know what normal is so that an any problems can be identified and delt with in a timely manner. Some important things to remember are noted below: The foal should be through the...

Caring for Your Pregnant Mare

Once your mare has been confirmed in foal it is important that she recieve proper pre-natal care to ensure both the health of your mare and the health of the foal. Vaccines: Pregnant mares need to be vaccinated again rhinopneumonitis virus (a herpes virus which causes...

Stallion Handling and Semen Collection

We are happy to offer the following stallion services: Handling for live cover or collection Breeding soundness evaluation Breeding program consultations If you have a stallion and are interested in any of the above services or have a need for other stallion services...

Embryo Transfer

Breeding your mare using embryo transfer can allow you to continue breeding a mare that is unable to carry a foal herself due to uterine or cervical problems. This process is also a great option for owners who wish to breed their mare but don’t want to give up...

Artificial Insemination

fresh, cooled or frozen Breeding by artificial insemination is rapidly becoming the most common way horses are bred today. This process allows mares to be bred by stallions in a different city, state or even country without the stress and expense of moving horses. The...