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Anatomy & Physiology Quick Reference Guide

Anatomy & Physiology Quick Reference Guide. When determining the age of a horse, the lower set of incisors are used. The first step is to determine if the horse has any permanent teeth. Aging Horses By Their Teeth. 2 Years. 4 Years. 7 Years. 15 Years. 20 Years.

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Anatomy & Physiology Quick Reference Guide

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  1. Anatomy & Physiology Quick Reference Guide

  2. When determining the age of a horse, the lower set of incisors are used. • The first step is to determine if the horse has any permanent teeth. Aging Horses By Their Teeth

  3. 2 Years

  4. 4 Years

  5. 7 Years

  6. 15 Years

  7. 20 Years

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