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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A filly is a female horse that is too young to be called a mare. There are two specific definitions in use:

Fillies of different ages
A two-year-old Thoroughbred filly
A three-year-old Arabian filly

Fillies are sexually mature by two and are sometimes bred at that age, but generally, they should not be bred until they themselves have stopped growing, usually by four or five.[3] Some fillies may exhibit estrus as yearlings.

The equivalent term for a male is a colt. When horses of either sex are less than one year, they are referred to as foals.[4] Horses of either sex between one and two years old may be called yearlings.

See also

References

  1. ^ Hammond, Gerald (2000). The Language of Horse Racing. London: Taylor & Francis. p. 79. ISBN 1-57958-276-1. OCLC 44923115.
  2. ^ Privman, Jay (October 24, 2008). "Zenyatta completes perfect season". Daily Racing Form. Breeders' Cup. Retrieved September 7, 2011. It was the perfect end to a perfect day by a perfect filly. Zenyatta, the best older female horse in the country, completed a perfect season. . . by winning the $2 million Ladies' Classic on Friday at Santa Anita's Oak Tree meeting, the first of two days of the 25th Breeders' Cup championships. (Zenyatta was foaled in 2004, making her a 4-year-old at the time.)
  3. ^ Ensminger, M. E. Horses and Horsemanship: Animal Agriculture Series. Sixth Edition. Interstate Publishers, 1990. ISBN 0-8134-2883-1 p. 149-150
  4. ^ James R Gillespie (2000). Modern Livestock and Poultry Production. Thomson Delmar Learning. ISBN 978-0-7668-1607-7.
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