06-16-2011, 02:58 PM
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Younger horses should have their teeth done twice a year. Older horses can be done once a year. Sometimes if the horse is not in work you can push it back a little. If your horse hasn't been done in the two years you have owned her, I would def. Have someone come out. She may not seem like may not seem like she is having problems with her teeth, but I bet there are some pretty sharp points in her mouth.
OH, and be advised that you shouldn't ride your horse for the rest of the day after she gets her teeth done! (just in case you didnt know)