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give birth to a foal

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Lot 733 is an Azamour colt foal out of Group 1 Moyglare Stud Stakes winner Miss Beatrix and (right) lot 812 is a Shamardal foal who is a half-brother to the dam of Toronado
Another daughter of Tommy Cockles, the bay foal Popsters Panache sold for PS1,700 to Mr O M Davies of Beaumaris.
Belinda Barclay, Animal Manager at Knowsley Safari, said: "Mum and foal are doing incredibly well, and Takari is becoming much steadier on his feet.
Also, use dust-free straw for bedding because newborn foals can inhale wood shavings.
Helen, 47, who keeps horses at her brother's Brockfield Stables in Linton, Northumberland, said: "Our mare Sport gave birth but I think she was a big foal.
But just five hours later, when Jenny MacGreggor, the society's 81-year-old chairman, was carrying out the late night check, she found the mare lying on the floor with a half born foal hanging out of her.
The birth of this white standardbred foal is somewhat of a gentic wonder and is rarely seen anywhere in the world.
We dropped ladders and used them to carry the foal up the banking to safety.
Only yesterday another of his Shire mares, and its newborn foal, died.
Once the foal was removed from the ditch, the same fireman cradled his head while other members of the crew massaged the foal in an effort to warm him up.
If a foal lies flat, he is not able to breathe as well; his lungs cannot fully fill.
The foal - named Katharine Hepburn after the late actress - is a new addition to the Windy Hill Ranch, and to a long line of eye-catching horses prized in the Gypsy culture for their gentle demeanor and the feathery hair on their legs.
An orphaned foal whose mother died just hours after giving birth to her has gained a new family.
One foal died soon after, but the others will hopefully recover.
THERE can be few sights quite as lovely as seeing a fragile newborn foal rising on its hooves for the first time.