Long in the Tooth

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Old age treats some horses better than others. Many continue to lead happy, healthy lives well into their 30s--a little slower, maybe, with some loss of muscle tone or a bit of a swayback, but otherwise in good flesh and good spirits until they're well past the Age of Majority. But we've all seen geriatric horses who suffer a debilitating decline. The weight seems to drop off them until

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