Found in 78 Collections and/or Records:
Photograph of a mare and her foal that was sired by "Marmion" standing in a paddock with a man standing behind them next to the fence in the early 20th century.
Photograph of two Grade Percheron colts standing in a field.
Photograph of two zebra skins: Grant's foal and Grey's Zebra foal from the Tana River area in Kenya in the early 20th century.
Photograph of a six-week old Hackney filly foal demonstrating 'action' in a field in the early 20th century. Photograph is courtesy of W D Henry, Sewickley, Pennsylvania, USA.
Photograph of a Hackney Pony mare and foal standing together in a field with a wooden fence and trees in the background in the early 20th century.
Photograph of the Hunter brood mare, "Speculation" and her foal, "Spendthrift" in a paddock. They won a first at Tumbridge Wells and the £50 Cup at the Royal Lancashire Show in 1905.
Letter to Herbrand Arthur Russell, 11th Duke of Bedford from James Cossar Ewart (incomplete), 02 May 1907
Ewart describes the three ponies that he will send off to Woburn shortly. He states that the main questions relating to the origin of the domestic breeds of the horse will be settled if one of these mares has a foal to one of Russell's Przewalski's stallions. He states that unfortunately his Przewalski's mare is not in foal.
The latter part of the letter, including author's signature, is not present.
Munro describes a foal and its markings, and compares it with its parents. He discusses the arrangements for shipping the animal to Penicuik.
Munro asks if Ewart could confirm whether he still wants a foal sent to him as they have discussed.
Gordon encloses three copies of a photograph of a mule mare and foal taken in the Zoo at Pretoria. He confirms that the mare was a mule and that the foal was not a horse foal.