Male horses are stallions, neutered adult males are geldings, and baby male horses are colts.
They are found everywhere there are horses. Colts are young male horses.
Colts(male horses) are supposed to be able to breed from as young as eight months and fillies from around 12 or 18 months
a young female hore is called a filly and a young male horse is called a colt
Swimming and caring for its young (the male does, if it has any).
No, but they have a sort of pouch where they carry their young.
The Indiana Colts
Mare - female horse Stallion - male horse which can breed Gelding - male horse that cannot breed Colt - young male Filly - young female
Depends if that foal is male or female. Colts, which are young male horses, grow up to either be stallions (if intact) or geldings (if castrated) when they reach adulthood. Fillies, which are young female horses, grow up to be mares when they reach adulthood.