|ThirteenAcres ||07-17-2012 11:28 PM |
VERY odd coat markings...Fungal infection? Lacing?
So my filly came to me extrememly sunburned. She's been healing and getting far less sun time. Then we've had 2 weeks of rain off and on. Her back has started to show this very, very odd splotchy pattern. It almost looks like a giraffe's coat.
Aside from the bite mark on her rump she came with, none of the hair is missing and the hair isn't clumping off. It feels healthy, though is still a bit dull. She was wormed a week ago, so I expect some coat health to return.
Anyone ever seen this? A friend linked me to something called "lacing". I've never heard of this. My thoughts were a possible fungal infection (she's the only one showing this "symptom") or a result of the sunburn? NO IDEA. Any advice or opinions would be helpful!
Poor little giraffe girl. http://i1258.photobucket.com/albums/...e/IMG_0940.jpg http://i1258.photobucket.com/albums/...e/IMG_0942.jpg
|mselizabeth ||07-17-2012 11:29 PM |
What breed is she?
That is quite odd.
|Lexiie ||07-17-2012 11:31 PM |
subbing, i don't think i've seen something like that
|ThirteenAcres ||07-17-2012 11:34 PM |
Sadly, unsure about the breed. Don't know anything about her parents. I CAN say she's a non-gaited breed. She is a frame sabino. 3/4 white.
|Reno Bay ||07-17-2012 11:35 PM |
A few notes about "lacing":
- "Also called giraffe markings, marble, cobweb or lace
- Can be from a fungal infection called rain rot or a blood disorder
- Can be associated with appaloosa or pintos
- Cause is unknown
- Generally develops over time" (from The Equinest | 100% Horse Crap!)
I've never personally seen lacing on a horse.
|SaddleStrings ||07-17-2012 11:41 PM |
Interesting. Gonna have to sub to this one, curious what the pros have to say.
|Celeste ||07-17-2012 11:53 PM |
Can you show us some pictures of the whole horse? It might help people to figure out what is going on.
|Sunny ||07-17-2012 11:53 PM |
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|PunksTank ||07-17-2012 11:57 PM |
Wow pretty, my pony is sooty, he has lacing on his legs, not a fungal infection. You're horse I'm not so sure. You could give her a bubble bath with some antifungal shampoo - won't hurt and will rule it out.
|Endiku ||07-18-2012 12:07 AM |
Subbing. This is really strange!
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