30% of horses I see have CROOKED TEETH!
Updated: May 29, 2019
This horse spends more time weighting the right front leg and prefers moving in a right circle.
This horse spends more time weighting the left front leg and prefers moving in a left circle.
Usually I see hoof and leg problems affecting the dental balance, though crooked teeth definitely affect the way a horse balances and is able to move.
Either way these become a vicious cycle of compensation and further imbalance. The risk factors involved are actually very simple to identify and understand! I call this dental body balance.
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