Learn More About the Parts of the Horse
White marking that appears on one or both bulbs of a horse’s heel.
Small dark spots that appear on any white marking near the hoof.
Thin white marking that runs near to the top of the hoof along the coronet band.
A white leg marking that covers half of the pastern.
A white leg marking that covers the pastern and does not go above the fetlock joint.
A white leg marking that covers all of the pastern and over the fetlock joint.
A white leg marking that extends up half of the cannon bone. Also called a half stocking.
A white leg marking that extends all the way up the cannon bone.
A brand made by freezing instead of burning, usually on the neck. Numbers and letters are usually used, and the hair grows back in white.