What is the young male horse called?
I am not exactly sure what you are asking. If you are asking, What animal is called a mare, then it would be a female horse. A mature male horse that has not been castrated is called a stallion or a stud, a mature male horse that has been castrated is called a gelding, a young male horse is called a colt, a mature female horse is called a MARE, and a young female horse…
A baby horse (gender-neutral) is called a foal. It is called a yearling after its first birthday. A young female is called a filly while a young male is called a colt. Horses are considered mature at 3-5 years of age and at that point are called a mare (female) and a stallion (male) or gelding (castrated male).
The opposite of a female horse would be a male horse. A young male horse, under the age of four, is called a colt. An adult male horse, over the age of four, that has not been castrated is called a stallion or a stud. An adult male horse, over the age of four, that HAS been castrated is called a gelding.
A foal is a newly born horse of either sex. Colt is a young male horse, Filly is a young female horse. Usually by 2-3 years of age, the term for a young male is either stallion or stud, or if "fixed" or castrated) they are then called a gelding. A female is generally called a mare after her 2-3 year.
A newborn horse is called a foal. A female horse is called a filly. A male is called a colt. When a filly has been bred, it is called a mare. When a colt has been bred to a filly or a mare, it is then called a stallion, or if it is a "father" it is called a sire. If a male horse has been castrated, it is called a gelding. ----