Last summer, veterinarian Dr. Patrick Brogan was called to a farm to assist a mare named Zindita that was about to give birth to her baby.
But when the horse fertility specialist reached the farm near Utrecht in the Netherlands, he said he “saw that she was struggling. There was no way the mare would be able to get [her foal] out.” Unfortunately, he realized that the foal had died in utero after he helped deliver it. “[Zindita] was so sad and such a sweet horse,” he said.
Two days later, Brogan heard from a colleague about a filly whose…