Artificial insemination-induced pregnancy block in domestic horse mares as a counterstrategy against potential infanticide
We found that bringing a pregnant mare mated out of home with a strange stallion into a vicinity of a male who was not the father of her foetus increased probability of pregnancy disruption. Repeated sexual activity either by a home stallion or dominant gelding was observed shortly after the mare came from out-of-home mating and shared the enclosure with a male or males.
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