On your application for registration, draw all the white markings just as they appear on your horse. It is a good idea to get your horse in front of you
to be sure you get the drawings accurate, instead of trying to do
it from memory. Outlines of the face and rear legs are printed on the
application forms for your guidance in drawing the markings more
precisely. The white leg markings are described as follows:
- White marking extending no more than one inch above the coronet
SOCK - White marking extending above
the top of the fetlock but below the mid point of the cannon.
- White marking
extending above the mid point of the cannon.
cases where a marking extends to a designated part of the leg only
partially, owners in filling Out an application form should
carefully draw the markings in the same location and shape as they
occur on the horse.
body markings should be noted in a written description including
color, size, shape and location, to be included with the
application form, but draw only white markings!