184.108.40.206 | Message modified by user Guinny1 4/10/2012, 9:51 pm
Are you looking at an incisor?
Infundibulae are viewable in the incisors and upper cheek teeth. The infundibulae in the incisors are also known as the "mark" and it will disappear from the incisors in the following pattern (which is generalized): 13 years from lower centrals, 14 years from lower intermediates, 15 years from lower corners, 16 years from upper centrals, 17 years from upper intermediates, and 18 years from upper corners.
Although it is hard to explain this stuff without an image.
How old is the horse in question? I can give you a general idea what you would be looking at in a general (don't want to say "normal" because what is normal for one may be different than what is normal for another) for a horse of that age.
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