female horse


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Noun1.female horse - female equine animalfemale horse - female equine animal      
Equidae, family Equidae - horses; asses; zebras; extinct animals
Equus caballus, horse - solid-hoofed herbivorous quadruped domesticated since prehistoric times
broodmare, stud mare - a female horse used for breeding
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The H-Trap simply attracts and traps the female horse flies and boasted a 95% reduction in population in recent tests.
As one of Saudi Arabia's first female horse trainers, the 39-year-old is breaking taboos by taming and training animals as part of a trailblazing career in the Kingdom.
The female horse collapsed on Westgate Street outside the Principality Stadium at around 7pm on Saturday, April 20.
Other than that, he was rarely phased - though he did lose focus when a female horse rider stripped naked in front of him during an interview - and indeed when he snagged his trouser leg on a complex floor plan laid out to illustrate the draw for World Cup USA '94.
A mule is a cross between a donkey and a horse--more specifically, a male donkey and a female horse. (A hinny is a cross between a male horse and a female donkey.) Horses have 64 chromosomes and donkeys have 62.
MUCH like mosquitoes, female horse flies feed off blood, so they can produce eggs.
One between a zebra and a female horse is called a zorse, and a hybrid between a zebra and pony is known as a zony.
Mules, which are the offspring of a male donkey and a female horse, are also banned by the FEI.
Filly: A female horse who's five years or younger in age.
Turkiyah bint Mahmoud al Balushiyah of the Mudarraat Sultan of Oman came first and won the cup for the best female horse rider at the elite cup competition followed by Bashair bint Juma al Balushiyah of the Royal Cavalry and Amal bint Abdullah al Maskariyah from Mudarraat Sultan of Oman came third.
Hugh first thought of taking a mule on his journey after watching the animals - a cross between a female horse and a male donkey - at work in South America.