Возвращение кобылы с жеребенком в табун
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Возвращение кобылы с жеребенком в табун

November 17, 2019

Hello everyone! My name is Darya, and here at my channel I speak about my horses, my work with them and about different things related to horses. Today we’re speaking about the last foal of this year which was born on our farm, and we
are letting it together with its mother into the herd on the third day after its birth. That is, three days have passed, and we let the mare and the foal go back to the herd. So, today we’d like to film this moment and speak about horse’s psychology, about relations within a herd, and see how the herd will accept its new member – the new foal which was born to our mare. We have already given it the name. Its name is Travnik. This name has been prompted to us
by our dear viewers and commentators. I read it and liked it a lot. Now, we have a black-silver stallion from Kuzia and Talisman, its name is Travnik, and today it is going into the herd together with its mother. It is already three days old, and it’s time to join the herd of its brothers, sisters,
aunts, uncles, and all its extended family. Right now the mare is going with the foal with the foal, and we’ll follow it, because it will bring us to the herd. So what? Let’s follow the mother and the foal
and watch what will happen to them. Kuzia is a rather mature mare, it will be 11 this year (or has already been, I need to remember), that is it is more than 10 years old, and it is its sixth foal. It has a rather high hierarchic position in the herd it is considered to be mature, clever and wise horse, its opinion is taken into consideration. As I have already said, a foal immediately takes the hierarchic position of its mother, and it is respected as much as its mother is. Right now the mare has come to drink. Evidently, it didn’t go to the river on that part of the field where it was with its foal a short time ago. Right now it is smelling the air and
trying to find out where the herd is. The mare is moving its nose. It is this mimics that it has just done. That is, it moves the lip apart and activates the haptic and olfactory receptors, which are situated under the upper lip, to find out where the herd is. And while the wind hasn’t given it any information,
it is checking where salt is (there was salt over there). It has gone to see if there is any salt. It hasn’t been here in this part of the field for three days, so it is going to check what has changed in her absence. Now the foal is eating and the mare is standing and waiting until it finishes eatting. I don’t know what will be later. We’ll see what it decides. I believe it will most probably go to look for the herd, because it will hardly walk here, it will also introduce its foal to its horse-family. The mare is smelling the ground, studying, where horses were going and where they headed. It is perhaps looking for new footprints. It is smelling. And we are going to follow them, not to miss the most interesting
moment of the acquaintance of the foal with the herd. It should be done quickly, so that the mare
doesn’t bring the foal away from us. Let’s go. As we can see, the foal is now moving together with the mare, and is following the mare at the same speed
which the mare is moving with, The foal can do it from the very moment of its birth. Look, it is running in another direction. It is responding to the gelding which is crying in a paddock. It is looking for the herd. It is going to listen and to smell. It is running. The mare has found somebody, but it isn’t
the part of the herd which it needs. These are foals. It is going to look for the mature horses. But the foals are following it. Foals have come to get acquainted. The mare has chased the youngsters away. You can see that it is doing it in a very active way. Foals are interested in getting acquainted. This interest of foals will pass very soon. Now they have understood that – aha! – they will have no chance to play, and they’ve run away. Only the gelding is left. A pony. It’s a kind of our baby-sitter, the mare pays practically no attention to it and it is going to look for the second part of the herd. Everybody has run away again. We have just seen the scene when the youngsters chase a mare with a foal. That is why we always keep a foal
and a mare separately for three days, so that other horses don’t separate a foal from a mare, so that a foal always follows
its mother and no other horse. Now the mare has gone to another part
of the field to look for the herd. The mare has gone to the entrance of the field, because the young horses started running after it – they are last year’s foals. It is rather reluctant to run with them,
to let them near its foal. Still it will go to look for the herd. As we have been here in the middle
of the field and we can see that the herd is not here, I think,
it will go to the other part of the field to look for the herd there. But at first it will chase the troublesome youngsters. The mare has now declared its dominant position in this situation – it chased the foals away. The foals have gone away. The foal has sweated a little after running in the field,
the mare is licking it. Here… And the mare with the foal went away
from the one-year-old youngsters. And we’ll follow the mare and see how their journey in search of the herd will go. So, the mare is taking the foal further. Other foals are staying in the same place
where they have been grazing. Of course, they would have followed the mare. Finally, the mare has found the herd. The most active (I wouldn’t say they are mature) young mares, having no foals of their own, are following the mare and the foal, to probably feel the joy of motherhood in their own particular way. Or maybe they are just curious about
this new member of their herd. The elder mares with foals are following the youngers. The stallion is the last to see this scene, so it’s running to catch up with the whole herd. We’re approaching the herd. While we’ve been going after them, the horses
have understood that the new foal has come. I can see that everybody
has calmed down and they are eating. The mare with the foal stays a little aside. It’s normal. The mare doubts the reaction of other horses in the herd towards the foal, that’s why
it is looking at others suspiciously and is staying a little aside, a little, just a little, on the outskirts of this group. A young mare is next to it and this mare
is keeping the stallion away from it. It’s normal, because it happens very often in the herd that a few “friends” take care about mares
all the time, they protect the foal and the mare until a foal can follow
a mare confidently enough. Now the foal is eating. The mare is staying aside again. It has entered the herd. Right now we can see a bright example of horse behavoiur: the stallion has come, the mare has turned to it and says “No!” “Don’t come up to me!” And here is the young, three-yesr-old mare on the alert, which is putting itself between the mare with the foal and the stallion and is blocking its way. The mare isn’t in estrus, so
it isn’t going to let the stallion get close, and it’s going to react to the stallion
in a slightly agressive way, until it comes in estrus. But it won’t happen it the nearest week or so, that’s why the foal will have enough time to adapt to the herd, which is new for it. The mare is eating peacefully. The foal is doing the same. All the others have accepted
their new herd member well. Now the stallion is trying to come closer once again, The mare is threatening it. And here is the same young mare
which is following the mare with the foal. As the mare with the foal is rather influential in the herd, it is mature and knowledgeable, and wise, it is leading the herd. They have probably gone to the bush. We’ll see. The horses have followed the mare. And the stallion is nearby, of course. They are gradually going farther
and farther away from us. Let’s see Now another foal is coming up to meet the small one. It’s Tiberia, and it wonders: “Who’s the new one here?” But the mare doesn’t react to it, doesn’t chase it away. And Tiberia doesn’t come too close
for the sake of safety. Here are mares without foals (the younger three-year-old one and the older one). They are right near the mare with the foal now. One of them has just told the stallion: “Don’t come up!” “It’s not your time!” “Let the foal get used to everything!” The stallion has yielded, but is near here
to supervise the process. It’s an example of a mare with a new foal joining a herd. Its friends-mares start taking care about it
immediately, they protect it from any agression of other herd members. It probably happens for about one day. But once again, everything depends on the age and health of the foal, on how active the foal is, on how well it is built and on how well the mare feels. So, all of this predetermines how long
the “friends” will take care about the mare. It happens like this. They have taken this protective position. And as soon as the foal adapts
to the herd, as soon as the mare understands that everything is OK, that the stallion is not dangerous for the foal, and the other mares which don’t have foals of their own (a mare without a foal can) (try to possess the newborn and
take it away from its mother.) So, if this mare is strong and active, it can happen but if that mare doesn’t hane milk, the foal may soon die. That’s why a foal must by all means follow its mother. No other “ladies” should claim it. The mare’s “friends” watch out for
such situations not to happen. Here again, the stallion has shown
its interest in the mare, if it is in estrus. The mare says “No!” And the “friends” have immediately
separated the stallion from the mare. And the mare is going away. The mare will come in estrus in about 5 days. We have let her into the herd
on the third day after giving birth. The foal is three days old. The mare will come in estrus
on the 7th-9th day after birth. By thet time the foal will completely
have adapted to the herd, everything will have become quiet, and after that the mare will take the stallion and other mares won’t react to it
in such an aggressive way. Right now we can see that the mare
has introduced its foal to the herd and everything went well. So, the mare has joined the herd, she has successfully found its family and brought its foal to them. The herd has accepted the foal. The stallion has also favoured the newcomer. Since that moment the mare has been walking
within the herd together with its friends, its relatives and its foal’s relatives. This is where we are finishing our small trip
inside the herd today and we are finishing our story about the life of horses. Watch our channel. Subscribe. Write comments. Like our videos. Goodbye!

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  1. Диана, подскажите, пожалуйста, что означает этот хрюкающий звук, который лошади издают в последней части видео? недовольство? заранее спасибо за ответ

  2. Занимательно показали социальную организацию лошадей. Очень интересно! )

  3. Спасибо за видео. еле дождалась .вчера не выходило видео как грустно было .А сегодня класс.у меня вопросик почему мой жеребчик 1.3 г не делает попытки прыгать на кобылу которая в охоте .а годовалый, вчера ему стало год,вовсю себя проявляет и делает даже садки .заранее спасибо

  4. Очень интересное видео. Пришлось же вам однако побегать) Большое спасибо за вашу работу и старания!

  5. Я так понимаю больше всех Канаде было интересно, что же там за малыш такой хорошенький?
    P.S. У меня не очень получается их различать:(

  6. большое спасибо за видео, очень интересно было наблюдать за всем этим)

  7. очень нравится Кузя) и в табуне уважаемая дама, и с людьми знает как себя положено вести)

  8. Огромнейшая Вам благодарность… очень интересное видео)

  9. С вашими комментариями так интересно смотреть за табуном)Спасибо за такие видео! 🙂

  10. большое спасибо за видео, очень полезное! скажите пожалуйста, у вас жеребец всегда пасётся с кобылами? они спокойно друг на друга реагируют и не дерутся, он не пристает к тем, кто не в охоте? вам желательны жеребята от него, и поэтому он пасётся с ними, или вы просто отслеживаете дни охоты у кобыл? может быть, Вы снимали видео на эту тему, а я его пропустила?.. заранее спасибо за ответы

  11. Диана, Вы потрясающий человек! Восхищена вашим трудом и сердечно благодарю за все ваши видео, такие интересные и познавательные! Дай Бог здоровья, удачи и счастливой жизни Вам, вашей семье и питомцам!

  12. Добрый день, какие породы намешаны в ваших замечательных лошадях?

  13. вроде как когда лошадь задирает вверх губу, заворачивая её до самого носа, это она так улыбается, во всяком случае мне так поясняли, или возможно ещё что-то этим она хочет сказать? поясните этот момент, так как был случай, когда в конюшне куда я наведывался, появились две новые кобылицы, ну и я подошёл с ними познакомиться, так вот одна из них обнюхав мои усы задрала губу до носа, и что тогда она этим хотела показать?

  14. Если я не ошибаюсь,у вас же был другой жеребец,постарше,где он?

  15. Лошадь каждый год может рожать значит?
    это никак не отразится на ее здоровье?

  16. Доброе время суток 🙂 Возможно, задам глупый вопрос, но почему лошади не убегают исследовать другие края?))

  17. надо же, самочки не против присвоить младенца себе. Это повышает их статус или только материнский инстинкт?

  18. Здравствуйте Дарья. Я бы хотела узнать: сколько у вас всего кобыл и жеребцов?

  19. У моей лошади 15 числа родился мальчик , и она его не хочет кормить , она его задними ногами отодвигает и не кормит ,кобыла родила первый раз . Мы ее привязываем чтобы она его не била и таким образом кормим жеребенка . А что надо вообще делать и как в таких случаях кормить жеребенка ? Видно он ее кусает когда пьет молоко .

  20. Для таких видео постарайтесь купить квадракоптер:)
    Прямо жалко вас, бегаете за ними по всему полю.

  21. скажите Диана если кобыла не проявит себя и не отгонит молодняк то они могут навредить жеребенку?

  22. нравятся две рыжих лошадки крупные с белой гривой и мордой -остальные тоже отличные но выделяются почему то именно эти !)))

  23. скажите если жеребец знает Кузю почему он проявляет такой интерес к жеребенку -он не может принять это как должное ? -уходила одна а вернулись двое ,ну и хорошо! или он обязан узнать кто с ней пришел?

  24. что значит придет в охоту?-т,е проявит жилание общаться с жеребцом или разрешить познакомиться с жеребенком

  25. Какие у Вас угодья!!! Так здорово наблюдать,как лошади пасутся свободно.

  26. Извините, я немного не поняла, зачем она отгоняла жеребят и жеребца?

  27. А какой породы Кузя? Она такая красивая😄 заглядение

  28. А жеребец к мамке так пристает, потому что покрыть хочет или просто из любопытства? А правда, что жеребец убить может жеребенка?

  29. Удивительное видео!Диана спасибо вам огромное!Тетушки молодцы не подпускали жеребца,все время охраняли жеребенка!Ваши лошади замечательные,и это все в большей степени благодаря вам!Вы замечательная!

  30. Просто красавица ваша лошадь, хотел бы купить лошадь из хорошего хозяйства.

  31. Обожаю лошадей. Как же здорово наблюдать за такой работай.!!

  32. А тот жеребец клторый престовал к кабыле вроде вороной масти со светлой гривой и хвостом это порода Рокки Маутин или как её еще называют лошади скалистых гор?Просто мы с сесьёй планируем приобрестм лошадь и эта порода нам очень понравилась по характеру и внешнему виду,но мы не как не можем найти цену этой красавицы.Пожалуйста если знаете то подскажите мне

  33. Самый классный канал мне так нравится смотрю постоянно хотя сам держал 3 лошади Кабылу и 2 жеребчика

  34. А если к жеребенку будут подходить его старшие братья или сестры , мама будет их отгонять?

  35. Простите за глупый вопрос но я так понимаю травник это мальчик

  36. Хорошее видео,интересное и красочное.Живописная природа,и социализация лошадей в табуне наглядно показывает естественную среду обитания,поведения. И жизнь с человеком.

  37. Очень интересное видео, спасибо вам)))
    Удачи вам и вашим лошадям😺💙

  38. Круто и познавательно! Очень интересно было наблюдать за лошадками! Спасибо за видео

  39. Не чего себе она зашещяеть свой жеребенка она не дает жеребенка сними играть жеребенак слишким маленький что бы не играли вот они такаие крассивые лошади 🐴🐴🐎🐎

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