foal foal  /ˈfoʊl/


  1. (n) a young horse
  2. (v) give birth to a foal


  1. The foal grew rapidly and is now a reliable riding horse, practically indistinguishable from a pure horse.
  2. Day after the foal arrived, lop-eared Leonardo Cedano, 30, a Calero stablehand, became morose.
  3. Their foal, a bay colt named Gallant Fox, developed, after a mediocre season as a two-year-old, into one of the great racehorses of all time.


  1. Teddy bear helps Breeze the orphaned foal to sleep, heal

    In stressful chapters of life, it can be hard to get a good night's sleep — whether you're a human, or a newborn foal.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: WRCB Chattanooga

  2. Scotland's moonwalking pony in 'paternity battle'

    LERWICK, Scotland, June 10 (UPI) -- The owner of Scotland's famous moonwalking Shetland pony said the animal is engaged in a "paternity battle" to see if a foal is his progeny.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: UPI

  3. The Highwayman: Clip-clopping down Memory Lane

    “A foal is born at midnight 
    on June 9, 2013     Source: Delaware County Daily Times

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