Hey Guys, Just a couple of quick questions I can't seem to find the answers to myself. I have a 6 month old x-breed filly, she is the first horse under 10 years of age that I've owned. She appears to be having a hard time chewing anything like carrot pieces or apple pieces, and I'm not sure if it's just her age or what. I opened her mouth and had a lookie, but the problem is I've got no idea what I'm looking for!! Could someone please explain common dental problems in young horses? What teeth should be present at her age? What colour should her little teeth be(like the crowns? the chewing surface bit)? I would absoloutly LOVE pictures of normal 6-12 month old weanlings teeth! It would be greatly appreciated. At this present time I can't afford to get an equine dentist out to her. She grazes normally and eats hay perfectly fine too as far as I can tell. Any info is appreciated. Thanks!!