Translated by Jalal Abualrub.
Transcribed with minor typographical edits by: Anas A. Mousa
He also had, Al-Murtajaz, which was gray in color. The Prophet (صلى الله عليه وسلم) rode it to attend [the funeral prayer for the benefit] of Khuzaimah ibn Thabit (radiallahu anhu).
He also had Al-Lu’haif, Al-Lazzaz, Adh-Dharib, Sab’hah and Al-ward. There is agreement on these seven horses [that the Prophet alayhessalam owned them]. It was said that the Prophet (صلى الله عليه وسلم) had fifteen horses, but there is a difference of opinion on this. The saddle the Prophet (alayhessalam) used was made of fibers.
The Prophet (صلى الله عليه وسلم) had a gray mule called, Duldul, a gift from Al-Muqauqis King of Alexandria. He also owned a mule called, Fidh-dhah, a gift from Farwah Al- Judhami, and a gray mule that was a gift from the governor of Ayilah (Jerusalem). The governor of Doomat Al-Jandal (North Western Arabia) gave the Prophet (صلى الله عليه وسلم) a mule and also An-Najashi sent a mule to him as a gift, according to one account.
The Prophet (صلى الله عليه وسلم) received a gray donkey as a gift from Al-Muqauqis, it was called, ‘Ufair. He had another donkey that Farwah Al-Judhami gave to him as a gift, and another that Sa’d ibn ‘Ubadah gave him, and he (صلى الله عليه وسلم) used to ride it.
Al-Qaswaa was among the female camels the Prophet (صلى الله عليه وسلم) owned; it is the same camle he used during the Hijrah  . He also had Al-‘Adhbaa and Al-Jad’aa. These two camels did not have ‘Adhb or Jad’ to warrant calling them by these names, but these were the names given to them.
There is a difference of opinion regarding whether Al-‘Adhbaa and Al-Jad’aa were one and the same camel. Al-‘Adhbaa was the fastest camel until a Bedouin brought his camel, which was below six years in age, and it came in first, ahead of Al-‘Adhbaa. This was hard on the Muslims, so the Messenger of Allah said,
“It is Allah’s way that He brings down whatever He raises high in the life of the world.” 
The Prophet (صلى الله عليه وسلم) acquired a young male camel that belonged to Abu Jahl (Allah’s enemy), which had a Burrah (nose-ring) made of silver in its nose. one the Day of ‘Hudaibiyyah [peace treaty with Quraish pagans], the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) slaughtered this camel for Hady  to enrage the Mushriks  . The Prophet (صلى الله عليه وسلم) owned forty-five female camels, including a young camel that Sa’d ibn ‘Ubadah gave to him as a gift from the estate of Bani ‘Aqeel.
The Prophet (صلى الله عليه وسلم) had a hundred sheep he kept at that number. Whenever a lamb was born over the hundred, he would slaughter a sheep. He had seven milk goats, which Um Ayman used to tend.
 Migration from Mecca to Medina.
 Two terms that pertain to physical defects and amputation
 Al-Bukhari 6020 Reported by Anas radiallahu anhu.
 Quran 2:196 “And perform properly [all the ceremonies according to the ways of the Prophet Muhammad (alayhessalam), the Hajj and ‘Umrah [the pilgrimage to Mecca] for Allah. But if you are prevented [from completing them], sacrifice a Hady (animal, a sheep, a cow, or a camel) such as you can afford, and do not shave your heads until the Hady reaches the place of sacrifice.) The pagans of Quraish prevented the Prophet and his companions from visting the Ka’bah on the year of Al-Hudaibiyyah, and the Prophet (alayhessalam) slaughtered Abu Jahl’s camel as Hady.]
 Ahmad 2244, At-Tirmidhi 743, Abu Dawood 1487 and others collected this hadeeth from Abdullah ibn ‘Abbas (radiallahu anhu). Also, Ibn Majah 3076 and At-Tirmidhi 815 collected this hadeeth from Jabir ibn Abdullah; Shaikh Wahby said that Al-Albani included the latter narration in his book, Saheeh Sunan Ibn Majah, no 2496.