Breeds of Livestock
|A. Star - A solid white mark on forehead.
B. Stripe - A white mark starting at eye level or below and ending on or above upper lip.
C. Snip - A white or beige mark over the muzzle between the nostrils
D. Blaze - A wide patch of white extending down the face and covering the full width of the nasal bones.
E. Bald Face - A wide white marking which extends beyond both eyes and nostrils.
F. Partial-Half Stocking
Information Source: Methods of Identification for Horses, Craig Wood, Department of Animal Sciences, Extension Publication ASC 146, University of Kentucky, College of Agriculture.