Wild horse herd band structures will in general have a main stallion and a lead mare. Along with other mares, foals, yearlings, and two-year-olds. Some band stallions will allow what is referred to as a lieutenant stallion. The lieutenant stallion does not challenge the main stallion for dominance or breeding rights, but I have seen them spar.
In this image, the horse in the lead is the lead mare with the main stallion following from behind. The stallion's job is to protect the herd from other stallions and possible predators. The lead mare's job is to maintain the family structure.
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