The rostral edge of the occlusal surface of the central incisors are rounded and chipped in this cribbing horse. In addition, there is a distinct groove on the lower incisors from rubbing on solid surfaces. Also note the labial surface of the lower incisors are worn through the enamel and cementum.


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