Sinatra got his first dental float on Saturday in anticipation of him going into training next weekend. We were a little concerned because his teeth were doing some really weird things — for a while there it looked like he had two rows of teeth in front. I was worried he was going to need some extractions, but fortunately none were necessary. His permanent teeth, rather than coming in behind the baby teeth, came in in front of them on his bottom teeth. The baby teeth did finally fall out on their own but his bottom permanent teeth still sort of overlap the baby teeth next to them, which looks kind of strange but should self correct as his 3 and 4 year incisors come in. His float was fairly routine with just a few sharp points to smooth out, and he does not have any wolf teeth yet (and may not get them). He got his shots too and he is ready to start his next adventure on becoming a productive equine citizen!