A baby horse is called a foal. The term foal refers to a baby horse 1 year old or younger. More »

A baby horse is called a foal, with gender-specific names being colt for a male and filly for a female. Foals that are still nursing are sometimes called sucklings, and a weanlings after the nursing period ends. More »

A baby female horse is called a filly. Baby horses in general are called foals. A male baby horse is called a colt. Sometimes, the term “colt” is used incorrectly to refer to any baby horse. More »

A baby horse is called a foal, with gender-specific names being colt for a male and filly for a female. Foals that are still nursing are sometimes called sucklings, and a weanlings after the nursing period ends. More »

A young horse is called a foal, suckling, weanling, colt, filly or yearling, depending on its age and, in some cases, its sex. Foals, sucklings and weanlings are male and female horses younger than one year old. More »

A baby female horse is called a filly. Baby horses in general are called foals. A male baby horse is called a colt. Sometimes, the term “colt” is used incorrectly to refer to any baby horse. More »

A young donkey is called a foal or colt. A female donkey, called a jenny or jennet, is usually pregnant for around 12 months and gives birth to a single foal. It is a very rare occurrence for a female to birth twin donke... More »