6. What Do You Call Markings on Faces and Legs?
A broad white stripe from the horse's forehead to his muzzle, may sometimes sweep over one or both nostrils.
A narrow white stripe, extending from forehead to, or almost to, the muzzle. May be straight or crooked.
Just as it sounds, a white star right in the middle of the horse's forehead.
A little white stripe that is only on the horse's nose.
White that covers the entire hoof, and can extend to anywhere from the ankle to the knee.
A white foot, but the fur coloring only encircles the upper edge of the hoof, (called the coronet band) and does not extend up the leg, at all.
"One white foot, buy him. Two white foot, try him. Three white foot, look well about him. Four white foot, go without him."
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