Is your mare proving difficult? We have been able to get many difficult mares in foal using the latest technologies.  Talk to the Specialist!
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Problem mares: Have you ever tried to breed from your mare and she appears normal but just doesn't get in foal? Ask your vet to refer the mare to us as a "problem mare" and we can manage her fertility for the season. Some of the problems we have encountered include blocked oviducts, uterine or cervical adhesions, uterine tumours, pregnancy loss, missing uterine horns and bizarre infections. In one case we have removed a marble from the uterus that had migrated through the uterine horn into the abdominal cavity! We offer the full suite of advanced reproductive services including ultrasound, laser, hysteroscopy, laparoscopy, cervical surgery and embryology procedures.

New laser treatments for uterine cysts! Over 70% of old mares have uterine cysts which can reduce pregnancy rates in mares. Laser removal of uterine cysts provides the mare with a clean slate to carry the pregnancy! After laser treatment in the USA, pregnancy was achieved in 72% of previously barren mares.

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How do I know if my stallion is fertile? The gold standard of fertility is the ability to produce foals. So does your stallion have a per cycle pregnancy rate greater than 50%?
Dr Lee Morris has evaluated hundreds of stallions in NZ and worldwide and has access to the latest technology in semen evaluation and processing. Talk to the Specialist!


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Welcome to the first frozen embryo foal born in New Zealand - by Orame VDL for East Coast Performance Horses. Embryo freezing is now a reality in New Zealand! This option opens up so many opportunities for our breeders. Embryo freezing means that we can collect and freeze the embryo while your mare is in competition or still at home with its foal. The embryo can be "made at EquiBreed NZ" or shipped to EquiBreed NZ. The surrogate mare can be organised at a time that suits the breeder and only one surrogate (recipient) mare is needed for each embryo instead of the 2 mares that we traditionally set up. This saves the breeder lots of money! It is also possible to include embryo freezing in fertility programmes for tricky mares or late foaling mares. So you can freeze embryos anytime between Sept - May to fit in with your busy schedule and then transfer them into a surrogate this season or next season. Contact Dr Lee Morris to discuss how this new technology works for you.

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