Telling a horses age...?
Right now the big 'To Sell or Not To Sell Sam' debate is circling around how old he is. I won't be able to get a vet out until next week at the earliest to take a look at him and give me a an idea of his age.
The guy SAYS he is about 16. Problem is I have no way to verify that. How do you tell a horses age? I heard teeth aging is basicly the only way to go. How do I do this as accurately as possible?
If he's around 20 or under he gets to stay. If he's over 23 than he'll be going to a retirement or pasture home.
So yeah...help? I'd love to keep him, but can't if he's TO old. It's just not financially feasible at this point in time.
Wait! I'll fix it....