According to what I've read in the past, which may be wrong the holes in his tines are from flies while he was in velvet, it causes the tines to grow wonky like that. The spots are rare genetic abnormality where a recessive trait is dominate in him and cause him to not loose all his spots. Trait similar to one seen where the black line down their neck and back, along with head is prominent or a double neck patch of white, or piebald. It's more uncommon than piebald.His rack is as wonky also.
hey man at least you tried.Well I shot this doe last night. She spotted me in stand and blew. Well I Shot her behind the shoulder and it came out her neck. Didn’t know where it come out until I found her while ago. I looked for her last night for about 30 minutes didn’t have a blood trail. I found my arrow it had blood on it and my swacker broad head blades where bent backwards . Her she is. I dragged her out while ago when I found her. I hate wasting good deer meat smh.