I thought it might be a fun change of pace to explore the myth vs fact of sworls in our horses.
Sworls are pinwheeled patches of hair that grow in the opposite direction, on the face. On other parts of the body, they are called cowlicks.
Interestingly, the brain and hair are created at the same time, from the same embryonic layer, so there appears to be some science in the correlation of the two as it relates to fear response and trainability.
Several very famous equine folks have studied this (Doug Carpenter, Temple Grandin, and Linda Tellington Jones to name a few).
The consensus of opinion is a sworl located right in the center of the forehead, between the eyes is a tractable, uncomplicated horse.
Below the level of the eyes, can make the horse a bit harder to train, but can indicate intelligence, tending to mischievousness.
Higher than the eyes is fine.