Monthly Archives: January 2014


A horse’s mouth is full of stong teeth mostly for chewing and grinding grasses.Baby horses, called foals,have a full set of milk teeth when they are about nine months old, just like your baby teeth.Gradually the foals lose their milk teeth and grow their permanent teeth.Over time, they wear down and change in shape and color.The most accurate way to tell a horse’s age is by looking at its teeth and gums.It would not be a good idea for you to guess a horse’s age by opening its mouth. Unless you’re an expert,you may be bitten