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EXTENDED: Horses of the Future at CPP

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Project ended on January 01, at 12:00 AM PST
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Is she? Or isn't she?

Allows for one horse pregnancy scan. Usually done at 15 to 17 days post breeding. This is always the most exciting scan done on every mare.


She's still pregnant right?

A student can follow a mare throughout her entire pregnancy development at 17 days, 93 days and 100 plus days. A mare can sometimes lose her pregnancy for many different reasons.


We deliver!

Allows us to take the ultrasound to the horses. A portable unit that can be used stall-side. Especially helpful when checking mares with a foal at her side.


Is it time for a foal?

Follows a mare through an entire breeding cycle - detection of follicles, optimum time to breed, determination of ovulation. This usually comprises up to 6 scans in a 7 to 10 day period.


Ultimate student experience

Will help to buy a virtual headset that will allow students to experience all of the aspects of both a horses pregnancy and breeding in far greater detail than we have ever had access to previously.