An underbite in horses occurs when the lower incisors are slightly extended beyond the occlusal surface of the upper incisors. The cheek teeth are also affected and shifted an equal distance often creating over-eruptions (hooks) of the first lower cheek teeth and the last upper cheek teeth.

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