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For an old horse, the first reason they are thin is usually their teeth. Make sure he has his teeth checked by the vet to see if they need to be floated. He also may need to be wormed.
Since old horses often don't have good chewing surfaces, they may need soaked pellets or chopped hay added to their diet to help them get enough digestible calories into their system.
Are there any feeds you recommend?
 
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