The young of any animal of the Horse family (Equidæ); a colt; a filly.
To bring forth (a colt); -- said of a mare or a she ass.
To bring forth young, as an animal of the horse kind.
A horse or pony up to one year old.
A very young horse of either sex. A pregnant mare is said to be "in foal". The birth process of horses is referred to as "foaling".
Colt or filly less than a year old.
Offspring of horse, under 1 year, either sex.
A young male or female horse (noun) or the act of a mare giving birth (verb).
A horse of either sex in the first year of its life.
(noun) A young centaur of either gender.
(n.) A young, nursing horse of either sex. (v.) the act of foaling, when a mare delivers her young.
a baby horse gelding - a castrated/altered male horse.
a young horse either a male or female up to 1 year of age.
infant horse up to 12 months old
Horse of any gender, up to 1 year old.
A horse of age less than a year.
A colt or filly under a year of age. If still with its dam, it is a suckling foal; if weaned, it is termed a weanling, or weanling foal. For more precise identification, it is either a colt foal, suckling colt, or weanling colt, or filly foal, etc., as the case may be.
(animal science) A young horse of either sex, less than one year old.
give birth to a foal; "the mare foaled"
a baby of horses
a horse not yet one year old a colt is a
an immature horse, a chicken an immature fowl, a calf an immature ox, a fledgeling an immature bird
a yearling after its first birthday
a young donkey from birth to the time that they are weaned from their mothers
Baby horse or pony not yet weaned
a horse or pony under one year of age
newly born Thoroughbred, or until weaned. Male or female.
rhymes with pole): young horse
1) A horse of either sex in its first year of life. 2) As a verb, to give birth. Also known as "dropped." 3) Can also denote the offspring of either a male or female parent She is the last foal of Secretariat.
Baby (either sex) horse or donkey
the young offspring of a horse, usually a horse under one year old
Colt or filly under one year.
A baby horse up to about 6 months of age.
1. A newborn equine; 2. To give birth.
A newly born horse. Also describes the act of a mare giving birth.
A young horse of any sex in its first year of life.
A newly-born horse. (verb) The act of giving birth.
All baby horses are called foals.
a young horse of either sex between the ages of birth and weaning.
A newly-born horse. (Noun) The act of giving birth. (Verb)
A young, unweaned horse of either sex.
Horses, either male or female, who have yet to reach their first official birthday. All thoroughbreds in the Northern Hemisphere have an automatic birthday of 1st January, regardless of the date they were actually born.
(noun) A newly-born horse.
Juvenile horse of either sex up to weaning (4-6 months).
In racing the term foal is more complicated than simply a 'baby' horse. It usually refers to either a male or female horse from birth to January 1st of the following year.
Colt, filly or gelding up to one year of age.
A baby horse usually still suckling
A baby horse or pony still at its mother's side
Baby horse, either sex.
Horse of either sex from the time of its birth until 1 January the following year. All racehorses are given the nominal birthday of January 1st. Thus a "two-year-old" born in June and one born in January of the same year are considered to be of the same age for the purposes of satisfying the conditions of some races re: weight carried. In reality, the January horse may be considered to have a significant advantage in terms of physical development at this early stage in its caree.
A male or female horse or pony, up to 1 year of age.
Newly born male or female horse until weaned.
A foal is a young horse of either gender. A male foal can be called a colt. A female foal can be called a filly.