I think it might be a horse from http://www.woodridge-farm.com- I know they are at HITS and they have a horse with similar markings (so I am told) --I think it was something to do with how the horse was in the womb- somehow it caused the odd striping...I heard this from a friend that is a judge in the area- I suppose there could be more than one in the world...?
If it's not the Queen of Hearts horse, it looks A LOT like it. I see that one around quite a bit in NJ (also in Saugerties this past year). It could fall on it's face and I'd still want to own it just so I could look at it's prettifulness every day. I'm pretty certain that's the horse.
...for there are wings on these hooves, the speed and power of foam-capped waves...
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In horses, brindle coloring is extremely rare and may be either caused by or somehow linked to chimerism, resulting in an animal with two sets of DNA, with the brindle pattern being an expression of two different sets of equine coat color genes in one horse.