I posted a few weeks ago about my coming two-year-old, Rose, having a big belly. Never really figured out what was going on, but, I got her some Sand Clear, thinking maybe it could be sand colic. Well, a day or so ago I noticed her ribs. I think, since it's been fairly warm out the last couple days, her winter coat isn't fluffed up as much, so now, I can see and feel her ribs. Her belly is pretty big and round, how on earth are her ribs showing? Do the ribs show with hay bellies? I could try to get some pics, I don't know if it would be noticeable in them or not. I know yearlings tend to have bigger bellies, but, it's kinda crazy. I got her in August from a guy who got her at auction, so it is entirely possible that she's been exposed to a stallion. She gets about two cups of a pellet feed & one cup of alfalfa twice a day, which is pretty much the same I've been feeding since I got her, except recently I switched her to the pellet from grain, thinking the grain might've been upsetting her tummy. Anyway, I just wanted to find out how her belly could be so big and she's showing rib. Any ideas? Could she be losing weight? Or am I just paranoid?