No baby this time. Vet said after visualizing the uterus and assessing dates of breeding and cycles, she probably never even ovulated last cycle. He also stated our weather has been toying with the cycles.
However we didn’t get the news we wanted, we did learn a lot of information. Vet said that Jo’s uterus looks very healthy and she had a follicle on the right side. He recommended to take her back to Major Duomos barn as she will most likely accept him again in the next few days.
It was very reassuring to hear what he had to say and the assessment of Jo. He said she is in great shape and a great candidate for breeding.
I thought I would be very disappointed by a negative sonogram, but I was more releived to know Jo was healthy and breeding sound. My girls health is always number one priority.
So we did as the doctor recommended and I took Jo straight from her appointment to Major Duomo’s barn. It was of course difficult to leave her, but not as bad this time. Because of the fact I know she won’t be there a lengthy amount of time. And also because I have seen Major Duomo’s owner keeps her horses well and is very attentive.
Major Duomo was happy to see her and called out to her with great enthusiasm. She nickered back and was fairly quiet coming into the barn. So now we wait. ………..