Just out of curiousity. I know plenty of people who raise goats who also own horses. I have one mare to foal this year. I am down to two horses, and this is my third attempt at a foal. The first attempt was a beautiful registered Arabian mare I had as a senior in highschool. She conceived first try and then absorbed the fetus within the first three months. It was too late to rebreed that year. The second attempt was two years ago with a huge APHA mare with blue eyes crossed on this homozygous, red dun tobiano stallion I fell in love with. We bred her three times and she just wouldn't take no matter what the vet tried. I bred my bay roan Quarter Horse filly last June to the same stallion and she took! She is nine months pregnant (approximatley) and is due the 30th of May (based on 340 day gestation.) She isn't registered, though she should be, but I didn't get papers when I bought her. My other two attempts at foals would have resulted in registered offspring. But the dad tested homozygous for tobiano, so I can register the foal with the PtHA and show on their circuit if I'd like. The stallion: (PaintnCash Reward (by Wanted Reward) Three of his half-brothers have won top tens at the APHA world in working cow horse, and two of those have been Reserve World Champions, so I'm excited for this foal.