A dorsal stripe is a continuous stripe of black or brown hair from neck to tail. Dorsal stripes are seen in horses of primitive breeding, such as the Exmoor and the Norwegian Fjord and is often seen in dun-colored horses. Dorsal stripes are also called Eel Stripes and reflect the original coat color of the breed.
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