The importance of mandible movement in horses
By Lucinda Stockley
04 July 2008 16:02
Your horse’s teeth can affect his well-being and performance in more ways than you could imagine! Advanced Certified Equine Dentist and lecturer Lucinda Stockley reveals why it is vital that a horse’s mandible has freedom of movement if we want to avoid equine dentition and ridden performance problems.
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