On occasion a horse can be seen with patches of hair that are longer or shorter than the rest of the body. A quick search for an explanation showed me no genetic reason for this. My suspicion lies in possibly an early sign of hirsutism (excessive hair growth) related to a hormone imbalance. Unfortunately the reason for hair growth in humans is still not understood.
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