This Pregnant Mare In South Africa Gave A Jaw-dropping Afterbirth – You Will Never Believe What Happened


Daisy Is In Labor

Usually, horses’ gestation period lasts up to 11 months. After almost a year of waiting, Daisy became pregnant, so was the excitement for Jenni. However, Daisy was overdue for seven days, and when she was in labor, Jenni and her coworker Guys were called by their night watch, William, to come to the stable. Luckily, both made it in time to help Daisy from her delivery. Daisy delivered her first palomino colt to the world and named him Don Quixote. It was surprising that Jenni, as Don Quixote’s size was smaller than a normal newborn foal, considering that Daisy was big in size. However, it was still a delightful moment for Jenni to welcome the new member of the family.

A brown horse standing on top of a grass covered field

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