So my 2017 colt still hasn’t dropped anything even resembling a testicle... He was sedated and checked in March but they were only able to palpate one testicle and not easily. My vet didn’t seem concerned. Felt since he was still so young and was growing fairly fast that he was just growing faster than the cords were. He’s a May 31st baby in case you haven’t followed his thread on here. So in March he was 10 months. He’s now just shy of 16 months and 14.2 hands. Measured in at 73” for blanket size to give you an idea. He’s BIG and mature for how late of a baby he is. STILL no testicles. He lets me poke and prod up there and I also can’t feel anything. I will add I’ve no clue what I’m feeling for or if I’m feeling in the right spot. At this point I’m starting to give up hope that he will drop at all. He doesn’t have any colt/stallion behavior. He’s pastured with two mares (they are removed when they’re in heat so I don’t know how he’d feel if he had big red backing her hussy back end into his face. Lol) and he doesn’t try anything with them. He doesn’t drop except to pee. He doesn’t do the stallion nose curl. Could he still be immature enough that they might drop? The kicker.... my vets are 2 and 5 hours away respectively. So I feel like if I’m hauling to ultrasound to see where they are at I might as well schedule a procedure while I’m down there. And I don’t want to act TOO soon in there’s still a chance... Since he’s still an angel I have no problem keeping him intact until winter hits. But I’d like to have him taken care of by February if the latest. But if my chances are slim that he’ll drop by then I might as well do it this fall. Sorry for the novel! Here’s a picture of the worlds cutest sorrel colt!