No, it doesn't hurt the horse when it gives birth due to the
many hormones that are released during birth.
A horse gives birth from an area under it's tail.
Yes, it is a mammal, therefore it gives birth. That is, a female mature horse may give birth.
Yes. However, would you want the horse to ride you after you gave birth?
Well it hurts when a adult gives birth, so yes it does.
A horse is a mammal as it gives birth to live young and suckles them.
a mare gives birth to the foal eleven months after conception
sea horse and a pipefish
It gives birth to live offspring.
A mare (female horse) is called a 'dam' after it gives birth to a foal.
A male donkey impregnates a female horse. She gives birth to a mule.
There is no special term for a horse birth, although it can be called "foaling."
A dolphin, Horse, any animals really that gives birth to large babies
It can hurt her puppies. So do not put it on her anymore until she gives birth.
It is the male sea-horse who gives birth. When giving birth he rocks back and forth quickly and kind of looks like he's dancing.
In the action, it is called foaling. Afterwards, foaled.