05-25-2008, 04:09 PM
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Does anyone base a horses temperament on the swirl(s) on their face? There is a very interesting article on it in the new issue of Horse & Rider that suggests that a horse with one hair swirl evenly in the middle of the eyes or a bit higher is more calm and easier to work with than one with more than one swirl or a swirl that is too high/low on the face. Any thoughts?