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This week's question:
On what piece of tack would you use a "bradoon"?
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Last week's answer:
The body part that can help determine a horse's age is their teeth. The study of the twelve front teeth, called the "incisors", can give an approximate age of the horse. It it typically easier to determine the age of a young horse because there is less wear and tear on the teeth.
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