Horse

Horse teeth grow constantly, about 4 mm per year. They are systematically abraded approx. 2 mm per year, through grinding food intake. The jaw is wider than the lower jaw, so molars and premolars clash not parallel, at an angle. Soft food causes the molar and premolar teeth do not wear evenly over the entire surface, which makes the outer side of the upper teeth and the inner side of the lower teeth is formed as a sharp knife edge. You should at least once a year, contact your veterinarian, who will check the dental health of the animal and, if necessary, it starnikuje. The problems associated with teeth translate into very often trouble at work with horses - difficulties in the bridle, restless head unacceptably bits, problems with the collection of food and chewing. The horses are characterized by a great variety of coat, which in most cases are not characteristic of race. Exceptions to this rule are the breed: Haflinger (coat chestnut with konopiastą mane and tail), appaloosa (coat tarantowate), Polish pony (coat myszate), palomino (coat color isabella) fiording (coat Bulan) and a Friesian horse (coat punishment, the only possible variation is small star on the forehead), albino (white coat).

Appaloosa belong to horses with leopard ointment. These are all horses coloring composition containing the dots. One of the rarest types of leopard snowflake is bright spots on a dark surface.

Interesting hair colors characterize the Quarter horse, among others buckskin: beige coat, dark mane, paint indiana, irregular spots of different colors. There is also a silver dapple: chocolate-gray coat with silver mane and tail.