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foal

the young of a horse or related animal

foal

[fōl]
(vertebrate zoology)
A young horse, especially one under 1 year of age.
References in classic literature ?
I'll take the foals," said Sancho; "for it is not quite certain that the spoils of the first adventure will be good ones.
Edwards, that with the English race-horse the spinal stripe is much commoner in the foal than in the full-grown animal.
The behaviour of the young colt and foal appeared very modest, and that of the master and mistress extremely cheerful and complaisant to their guest.
RSPCA Cymru has been unable to reunite the foal with his mother as there is no way of retracing where he came from due to the distance travelled.
Supersymmetry 48,000gns foal, 60,000gns yearling; second foal; dam French 7f 2yo winner and a half-sister to 7f Group 2 winner Tariq; trainer having a good year with his 2yos, including a winning newcomer here late last month.
If you think you can help Sarah with her foal please call her on 0780 6836903.
Mr Swistun also bought for PS2,600 the filly foal Cascob Gwerfyl Goch from Mrs Mary Edwards who has been breeding Welsh cobs for sixty years.
The park's newest arrival, a Chinese Kiang foal, was born a month ago and is apparently now becoming "steadier on his feet".
Horse lovers in Northumberland spent 48 hours camped out in their hay barn as they played a pivotal role in helping the foal survive.
She was immediately taken to a horse hospital near Monmouth in a bid to save her life and that of her foal.
The foal was very distressed when fire crews found it near the river next to Lower Mill Lane, Holmfirth, at about 7pm on Wednesday.
When I pulled the first foal, I knew the second was still alive," he said.