When a mare gives birth to a lovely baby foal, it is one of the most beautiful occasions in the horse world, not only for the mare but also for us as her owners.
After the birth of a baby person, it is the second most beautiful and innocent thing on the planet. What I adore the most is when these darling foals gain complete control of their legs and begin to walk and run around.
Baby foals, likе many other young animals who have spent little time in our world and are wary or interested about everything in front of them, lack confidence. The baby foal in the video below, who isn’t very interested in Dr. Joe, is a perfect illustration. It didn’t just dislikе him; he was constantly kicking him with his short legs, as if he wanted him to leave.
The foal was fine with the idea that its mother was present, but it wasn’t interested in meeting anyone else. Usually, it is the mare that is overly protective of her tiny foals and refuses to let anyone near them, especially in the first few days after birth. In very rare situations, mares would not even let their stallions near their babies, let alone the owner or anybody else.