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Animal Science Chapter 8
What is Galvaynes Groove?
What is 24?
What is 14 years old?
What is younger?
What is for buying/selling, confirming age for racing/showing, and for feeding purposes?
What is a perissodactyl?
What is the cecum?
What is the muscular system?
What is the skeletal system?
What is triangular?
Horses are generally bred using what two methods What is pasture breeding and hand breeding?
What is spring time?
What is 340 days?
What is 4-6 months?
What is gallons?
What is light horses, draft horses, and ponies?
What is the American Quarter Horse Association?
What is the Thoroughbred?
What is the Tennessee Walking Horse?
What is Arabian?
What is a light horse?
What is a mule?
What is a pony?
What is a mare?
What is a draft horse?
What is their withers?
Horses are measured in these What is hands?
What is a saddle pad or saddle blanket?
What is the 12 front teeth or incisors?
What are the temporary pincers?
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