Thank yo for repeating the clueless nonsense of the Catholic apologetics.<quoted text>
What? Are you kidding me? Oh jeez here we go. LOL
Okay, I'll take this in sections. The prophecy of Zechariah was well known to Jews. The Jewish culture was devout, and paid great attention to detail. It was understood from Zechariah's prophecy that the Messiah would enter on a donkey.
Rejoice greatly, O daughter of Zion; shout, O daughter of Jerusalem: behold, your king coming unto you; he is just, and having salvation; lowly, and riding upon a donkey, even upon a colt, the foal of a donkey(Zech 9:9).
Now, this wasn't done to mock Pilate. It was done to challenge the Pharisees, and to make the statement that the Messianic Kingdom was arriving peacefully, and not as a military conquering campaign. This set Jesus apart from other messianic figures. Other messianic figures would never ride in on a lowly pack animal. They would be much too concerned with their own personal image. The Pharisees saw this as a Messianic declaration. It was a deliberate provocation.
Now onto the subject of the donkey. Why were there 2? Well if we look at the passages, we read about Jesus telling His disciples that there will be a mare and a colt. Jesus wasn't about to take the younger colt from it's mother, so He had both brought to Him.
Also, some theologians think Jesus did this to illustrate His supernatural powers as a sign of His authority. The hypothesis is that Jesus told 2 disciples that they would find 2 donkeys in a particular location, and that the owners would question them. This would illustrate His authority I'm not sure on that one. It's possible.
A COLT is a name for a young Horse or Ass or Donkey.
There aren't two beasts, just one. Proves the Bible is full of errors.
You only demonstrate that you are as ignorant of Hebrew as any other Christian for the last 1700 years. Dumazzes never bothered to ask a sibgle Jew about their own books.