The face of a horse, generally facing left. Depicted as a light or reddish-brown horse with a dark brown or black mane, and, on many platforms, a light-colored muzzle.
Not to be confused with the full-bodied 🐎 Horse or 🏇 Horse Racing, though their applications may overlap. Some vendors implement a similar design in 🦄 Unicorn Face and 🦓 Zebra.
WhatsApp’s horse is facing left, as Facebook’s previously was. Microsoft’s horse was previously looking straight ahead, as was Samsung’s, shown with a goofy, full-toothed grin. Softbank previously featured a full-bodied horse.
📅 Horse Face was approved as part of Unicode 6.0 in 2010
and added to Emoji 1.0 in 2015.