Posted on February 25, 2014 - 09:05 AM
by Sharon Wristbridge
Whorls are spiral shaped patterns of hair that can grow anywhere on a horse but are most commonly found on its face (often near the forehead) or neck. The Arabian Horse Association, the American Quearter Horse Association, and the Jockey club ( the Thoroughbred registry body) all record individual whorls as a means of identification for registered horses.
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