colt, wild stallion
horse (part of speech: noun)
Hackney, Albino, jennet, Shire, Shetland pony, quarter horse, Belgian, Percheron, Spanish horse, Arabian, Appaloosa, horse, thoroughbred, Galloway, Turk, Morgan, Suffolk, Welsh pony, bronco, Clydesdale, Lippizaner, palomino
- First she looked to see just where the mustang stood. - "The U.P. Trail", Zane Grey.
- The doctor came hurrying down the slope about ten of the morning, his small roan mustang galloping, his case of instruments between his feet. - "They of the High Trails", Hamlin Garland.
- They are well armed, and always move in bodies of some hundreds, and even thousands; all active and skilful horsemen, living principally by the chase, and feeding occasionally, during their distant excursions, upon the flesh of the mustang, which, after all, is a delightful food, especially when fat and young. - "Monsieur Violet", Frederick Marryat.