Lisa and Jimmy Gaudio own a farm in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania. Lisa raised a beautiful Arabian horse called Kyrie in the same farm. The horse formed a strong bond with the woman and went on to become a national champion. However, Lisa and Kyrie were separated for 15 years due to some personal reasons. But Lisa wanted to track the horse down. When she finally succeeded and brought the horse back home to her in 2013, Kyrie was suffering from health conditions that only worsened with time.
Lisa made the tough decision of putting Kyrie down. But in the minutes following the horse’s death, Lisa and her team transferred her ovaries to the New Bolten reproduction center, where Dr. Tamara Dobbie recovered 16 eggs. Using frozen sperm from a beautiful stallion, four matured embryos were then transferred to three different mares. All three mares were soon pregnant. In 2017, three foals were born. “It is unusual to get so many pregnancies from a deceased mare’s ovaries,” Dr. Dobbie says.
Watch the video below to see the trio in which Kyrie’s spirit still lives on!
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