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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.
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"I'll take the foals," said Sancho; "for it is not quite certain that the spoils of the first adventure will be good ones."
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.
Iphitus had gone there also to try and get back twelve brood mares that he had lost, and the mule foals that were running with them.
Minister for Racing Denis Napthine today visited one of Australia s biggest and most successful harness racing studs and inspected the white foal, which has captured the imagination of the industry.
The Welsh Mountain Pony foal was born at Llysfasi and was subsequently nurtured by animal care students.
Unfortunately, despite the best efforts of all involved, the decision was made to put the foal to sleep by the attending vet and RSPCA officer due to the severity of his condition.
Simon, still on a high after riding the four-year-old mare, Baydale Venus, to take the Horse of the Year Show, Hack of the Year title said: "The foal was purchased in July from Jill and John Knowlson of the Kylebeck Stud near York.
So instead of turning your foal away until it's three or four there are some things to get your foals used to very early in life.
Section A foal champion: Robert & Oliver Jones & P de Rade's Butleigh Showtime; Res: Mr & Mrs Adam Fletcher's Dhanak Cherry B
Mr Myers thinks the foal may have tumbled down the steep cliff as it grazed near the topA SEASICK rower training for a transatlantic crossing was rescued by a North Wales lifeboat early yesterday.
The aim of this study was to assess the effects of diarrhea on hematocrit and various serum biochemical parameters (serum electrolytes, trace and ultra-trace elements) in foals. A total of 105 diarrheic foals (n = 35 horse foals, n = 35 donkey foals, and n = 35 mule foals) were selected regardless of their etiologies.
The BLM Cody Field Office has partnered with FOAL since the non-profit group formed in 2005.