No, horses do not prey on any animals. Horses only eat grass and vegetation, they are herbivorous, so don't need to prey on other animals. If threatened by another animal a horse would normally run away.
A prey they are called prey. most herbivores, plant eaters, are prey apart from those which are poisonous or have weapons. apart from the animals at the top of its food chain most animals are eaten by other animals. there is no specific animal if that was what the question was asking.
Coccinellidae or ladybugs prey on other insects. This makes them predators. Larger animals feed on ladybugs as well, making them prey as well as predator. Note: By definition, a predator preys on other animals, making the second part of the question redundant.
Prey are animals that (usually) are animals that are eaten by other animals. Those other animals are predators and scavengers. Most of the time, predators are sometimes scavengers. (Example: Caribou is the prey for the wolf that is the predator.)
White-tailed deer are prey themselves, they do not prey on other animals. Their prey are plants like shrubs, trees, forbs, and grasses. The animals that prey on them are cougars, coyotes, wolves and bears.
almost about ANYTHING that is small is the prey anything that other animals hunt is prey so it doesn't have to be small or big it could be the smallest or the biggest but basically ANYTHING that gets hunted by other animals are known as prey!!:)