Equine Exercise Physiology

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Stride changes a sign of increased breakdown risk in racehorses - study - Horsetalk.co.nz
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Changes in Thoroughbred speed and stride characteristics over successive race starts and their association with musculoskeletal injury
Changes in Thoroughbred speed and stride characteristics over successive race starts and their association with musculoskeletal injury
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2022 Veterinarians Panel 3
As part of its ongoing owner education effort, the Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association (TOBA) recently held a virtual panel with three of racing’s top equine veterinarians discussing conformation, EHV-1, and corticosteroids
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Is Continuous Monitoring of Skin Surface Temperature a Reliable Proxy to Assess the Thermoregulatory Response in Endurance Horses During Field Exercise?
Hyperthermia is a performance and welfare issue for exercising horses. The thermoregulatory stressors associated with exercise have typically been estimated by responses in the laboratory. However, monitoring surface skin temperature (Tsk) coincident with core temperature (Tc) has not previously been investigated in horses exercising in the field. We investigated the suitability of monitoring surface Tsk as a metric of the thermoregulatory response, and simultaneously investigated its relationsh
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Skin readings not a reliable indicator of core temperature in Endurance horses – study
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A new portable device to test equine lung function
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Researchers Compare Cooling Methods for Equine Athletes - Kentucky Equine Research
Researchers compared different methods: walking outside, continuous application of water, and intermittent application of water, with and without scraping.
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Microdamage in the equine superficial digital flexor tendon
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biomechanical and biothermal effects of strain on this key tendon and how they contribute to the accumulation of microdamage.
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Respiratory metabolites in bronchoalveolar lavage fluid (BALF) and exhaled breath condensate (EBC) can differentiate horses affected by severe equine asthma from healthy horses - BMC Veterinary Research
Respiratory metabolites in bronchoalveolar lavage fluid (BALF) and exhaled breath condensate (EBC) can differentiate horses affected by severe equine asthma from healthy horses | BMC Veterinary Research | Full Text
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Asymmetry found to be common in group of young Standardbred trotters - Horsetalk.co.nz
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Not One Size Fits All: Paper Outlines Findings From Newmarket Fetlock Injury Symposium
Not One Size Fits All: Paper Outlines Findings From Newmarket Fetlock Injury Symposium
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Equine Veterinary Journal | BEVA Journal | Wiley Online Library
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Horse Arena Footing Facts
Equine Footing Facts – The Horse
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Equine Conditioning - Dr. Hilary Clayton
Dr Hilary Clayton shares some tips and insights into the best ways of bringing our equine athletes back into work.