Not at all sure what you mean by "related film photo", Brad! At first I was expecting a film vs digital comparison, but no. My best guess is that your name is jackson (or Roach), but otherwise, no idea what you're getting at!
There's a similar (film and digital) thread over on RangeFinderForum. It's a nice one to read through partly because the relationship between images isn't stated - you have to work it out. Most are obvious, but occasionally one pops up that throws you. Makes it a bit more interesting.
No, a 'baby' horse is a foul.
Concurring with Mr Badger there, 'simplistically' Horses are breeds, that when mature are over 14-hands high, though 'she' did say "One could be a 'Palamino'" which is one of the anomalies, as that breed is a 'miniature' horse, smaller even than most small ponies, which begs a more stringent defamation, where I think it's something to do with the leg-length in relation to the back-length and girth.. or as best as I dare inquire; ponies are short and round, where horses are tall and thin! And don't mention Zebras, Asses or Mules!!! And specifically don't ask about the American Indian Mustang, or Australian 'brumbies' or the difference between a 'wild; horse and a feral pony! Though asking who invented the stirrup, may bring the matter to an abrupt if inconclusive conclusion
The name 'palomino' just refers to a colour, not a breed of miniature horse. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palomino I think she might mean 'Falabella'? Time for a new horse expert... or ear wax removal for the messenger?