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A 6-year-old Arabian mare was bred by a stallion 2 times with an interval of 2 days between breedings. Transrectal ultrasonography performed 21 days after the second breeding revealed a single embryonic vesicle (30 mm in diameter) at the base of the left uterine horn. The mare subsequently gave birth to a healthy male foal 351 days after the second breeding.

Fetal membranes were expelled approximately 1 hour after parturition. The fetal membranes were examined the following day to ensure they were complete (ie, all membranes had been expelled) and for evidence of abnormalities. During evaluation of the fetal

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in Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association