What is a baby horse called?
The First Dragon
A foal, a colt [male] or a filly [female]
A foal. A male foal is a colt and a female foal is a filly.
At birth to weaning, a foal. Weaning to one year, a weanling. One year old to two: a yearling. Almost two: a long yearling. Two years old: a two year old. Three years old: a three year old. Four years old: an adult. Within each category, the horse can be male (colt, gelding, or stallion) or female (filly or mare). Note that in some breeds, such as thoroughbreds, all horses are considered to have the same birthday - January 1st - while in other breeds, their actual date of birth is their birthday.
Foal in General. Male-colt Female-Filly
A foal although a female is called a filly and a male is a colt
A smelly little cute mule you suckers.
Judy and the Beast
A baby horse is called a foal when they are still very young and need their dam/mother to survive. Generally that is until age 4 months which is a classic age to be weaned. Then they are called a colt or filly if male or female. They stay a colt until age 1-3 years (generally people call them a horse at around age 2). If a male stud colt has his testicles removed he is gelded and becomes a gelding. At that time, he can be called a gelding or a colt. Many people geld stud colts at around age 8-18 months. As adults males are called stallions or geldings. Adult female horses are mares.
Foal or colt