Aging Horses By Their Teeth

Aging Horses By Their Teeth

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Topic – Aging The Horse By Their Teeth – An Introduction

Aging the horse by their teeth is an outdated and inaccurate method.  I no longer recommend this because of the abundant methods available today including accurate papers and microchips.  This said, the percent of horses with accurate papers or a microchip is low so...

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Topic – Aging Horses By Their Teeth By View – Left Side

Note the following: In the left and right views, the tongue can be seen pressed against the backs of the incisors and as the horse ages, the incisors are pushed more forward.  I believe this is from the tongue pushing them out over time. In the left and right views of...

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Topic – Aging Horses By Their Teeth By View – Right Side

Note the following: In the left and right views, the tongue can be seen pressed against the backs of the incisors and as the horse ages, the incisors are pushed more forward.  I believe this is from the tongue pushing them out over time. In the left and right views of...

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Topic – Aging Horses By Their Teeth By View – Straight On

Note the following: In the straight on view, most horses have a “relaxed space” where the teeth are not clenched tightly together.  This is like you right now with the incisors apart. In the straight on view, note the white areas versus the stained areas....

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