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Comtois horse forelock
The forelock refers to the tuft of horsehair located at the upper end of a horse's mane. This hair grows between the ears and falls on the horse's head. More or less fine and long according to the breed, they float on the forehead and sometimes even lower as in this Comtois horse whose forelock is long, abundant, and composed of hair, known as washed (i.e. lighter than the color of its coat) and wavy.
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