THE FRONT OF LEXINGTON’S SKULL AND JAWS
A. bit seats B. steepened incisor table and acquired “parrot mouth”; note horizontal orientation of inferior incisors
C. canine has been broken postmortem but superior and inferior canines had both been buffed and cleaned before the horse’s death.
D. bone reaction (exostosis) due to trauma from snaffle bit. Note the proportionally long, rather shallow bars.