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foal

(fōl)
n.
The young offspring of a horse or other equine animal, especially one under a year old.
intr.v. foaled, foaling, foals
To give birth to a foal.
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The bacteria were found involved in the disease independently in 36 horse foals and in 10 donkey foals (Table I).
The foals affected by the illness were kept in an isolated pen.
Mares and foals bond quickly and much of their communication is almost imperceptible to the human eye, which makes our front page picture even more special.
TOM and Gill Farrow pulled off an outstanding result with their five-month-old palamino Welsh Section A filly foal Waitwith Golden Dream taking five North Easten Counties Welsh Pony & Cob Association Foal Show Championships - including Supreme Foal of Show, Supreme Welsh and Supreme Youngstock titles.
Lisa adds: "It is important, however, not to overdo it with foals as they tire easily, mentally and physically."
Since foals usually want to start nursing anywhere from 30 minutes to two hours after birth, it is a good idea to wash the mare's udder.
Others show pictures of ponies and foals in markets, terrified and destined for slaughtered.
The pick of the form horses on offer this time is the Listed bumper winner Catcherinscratcher (lot 295) but the most precious commodities could be the three horses who will mark the final opportunity to buy a foal by the late champion jumps sire King's Theatre.
Kevin and Jane Stewart's home-bred filly foal, Elvet Abigail, by the sire Elvet Challenger and out of the mare Thornberry Amber, pulled off a double to win both Supreme Welsh Foal and Supreme Overall Foal Championships after a clear cut run in the Welsh Sec B Foal Championship.
A FOAL with showjumping potential is at last with his mother after a traumatic entry into the world at the Liege Manor Equestrian Centre in the Vale of Glamorgan.
Trade was selective, with only half of the 110 foals on offer changing hands, while turnover for the sale overall fell by a third from last year to PS443,900.
The Supreme Welsh Youngstock Championship went to the McNeals' Welsh Section D yearling chestnut filly, Hillgarth Rosie Ribbons, in a close finish contested by quality Champions and Reserves from the Supreme Welsh Foal and Supreme Foal Championships.