Body Features

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Horses can have unique body features consistent with a breed.  We can spot these as features of a Thoroughbred, a Norwegian Fjord, a Morgan or a miniature horse from a distance

Horses can also have body features unique to an individual.  These include face markings (star, stripe, snip), hair whorls and defects both congenital (sunken face, divots) and acquired (scars).  I include these on identification papers.

These topics include some of the unique body features I have come across in my practice.

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