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Rashel Quinn, i am always up to date and i like twilight, Lawyer, London, Untied Kingdom
Answered on Dec 06, 2018
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The term "colt" only describes young male horses and is not to be confused with foal, which is ahorseof either sex less than one year of age. Similarly, a yearling is ahorseof either sex between the ages of one and two. A young female horse is calleda filly, and a mare once she is an adult animal.
A baby horse is called a foal. If it’s still nursing from its mother, it might be called a suckling. It all depends on the kind of horse trainer and person on the sight. This term is actually used only for horses or other equine animals. A pregnant horse is often said to be “in foal” instead of pregnant. The horse, however, is quite an interesting animal.
Horses are used as a mode of transportation by humans, and as a form of entertainment. Horse racing is used as a form of entertainment - and often, the riders will urge the horses on with whips. The riders want a good time trial, and the horses just want to get away from the whip.