Author: Jec Aristotle BallouPublish On: 2009-12-09
Doing the following routines will not give you the results you may wish for in 1
week, but performed consistently over 2 or 3 months, they will bring the horse's
whole system into better fitness. EXERCISE ROUTINES Equine fitness breaks
Author: Jec Aristotle Ballou
Publisher: Storey Publishing
Get your horse in shape and maintain his overall fitness, regardless of his age or abilities. Equine Fitness will have your horse looking and feeling his best with a series of fun exercise routines specifically designed to enhance his strength, stamina, and agility. Clear step-by-step instructions and detailed illustrations make the exercises easy to follow, and the book includes a handy set of pocket-sized cards that you can use in the ring. Jec Ballou’s simple conditioning program promises lasting results for healthy horses and satisfied riders.
Author: Kenneth William HinchcliffPublish On: 2008
Exercise tests of equine athletes can be conducted in a treadmill laboratory or in
the field. There are advantages and disadvantages for conduct of exercise tests
in both these locations. Field investigations have the advantage of conduct of the
Author: Kenneth William Hinchcliff
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
Equine Exercise Physiology provides the most up-to-date, in-depth coverage of the basic sciences required for an understanding of the physiology of the equine athlete. This book provides a thorough grounding in the basic physiology of each body system and in particular the responses of each body system to exercise and training. It is the ideal resource for those interested in equine exercise physiology: undergraduate and post-graduate students in exercise science, comparative physiology, biology and veterinary science; veterinary students; horse trainers and owners of sport horses; journalists writing in equine specialty magazines; and interested lay persons. Topics include: the musculoskeletal system and physiology; tendon, ligament and joint physiology; the biomechanics of locomotion; respiratory, cardiovascular and gastrointestinal systems; metabolism and nutritional management; thermoregulation; hematology and immunology Written by the top experts currently working in the area of equine exercise physiology Designed for those seeking comprehensive information in a digestible format about the basic science of equine exercise physiology, rather than the clinical aspects Over 250 high quality illustrations that amplify and illustrate important points Information available in a readily accessible format.
J Appl Physiol 1988 Feb ; 64 ( 2 ) : 781-8 Rose RJ : Equine exercise physiology --
new horizons . Br Vet J 1988 Mar - Apr ; 144 ( 2 ) : 106-7 Rose RJ see Evans DL
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This is in contrast to human athletes who appear to lose fitness much more
rapidly following cessation of training. Thus the implications of a horse missing 1
or 2 weeks' training through a minor injury such as a bruised sole are less than
for a ...
Author: David Marlin
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Equine exercise physiology is an area that has been subject tomajor scientific advances over the last 30 years, largely due tothe increased availability of high-speed treadmills and techniquesfor recording physiological function during exercise. Despite thescientific advances, many riders and trainers are still usinglittle more than experience and intuition to train their horses. The aim of this book is to sort the fact from the fiction forthe benefit of those involved in training, managing or working withhorses, and to provide an up-to-date summary of the state of playin equine exercise physiology. Scientific theories are explainedfrom first principles, with the assumption that the reader has noprevious scientific background. The book is designed to savecompetitors and trainers a lot of time and effort trying to extractinformation in piecemeal fashion from a host of reference sources.For the first time, everything you need to know about exercisingand training horses is here in one text.
Beard W. Vet Clin North Am Equine Pract 1996 Dec; 12(3):435–55 (42 ref.)
Exercise intolerance in endurance horses. Flaminio M.J, et al. Vet Clin North Am
Equine Pract 1996 Dec; 12(3):565–80 (57 ref.) Metabolic causes of equine exercise ...
Equine Proceedings Available ... * Equine Exercise Physiology 3 : 1990 –
Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Equine Exercise Physiology .
This hard - cover book covers the Proceedings of the Third International
Low flow states also create spontaneous contrast but are not likely to be an
etiology in horses in the immediate postexercise period . A high incidence of
spontaneous contrast has been detected in resting horses with a history of exercise ...
How muscle influences the speed of running in horses . In : Equine Exercise
Physiology ( Snow , Persson and Rose , eds ) , p . 274. Granta Editions ,
Cambridge . Hornicke , H. , Engelhardt , V. W. and Ehrlein , H. J. ( 1977 ) . Effect
of exercise ...
A major premise of Potter's recommendation of high fat diets for horses is that
muscle glycogen concentration is a factor ... man different intensities of exercise
and he concludes in his recent book Equine Fitness : The Care and Training of
The clinician should take care when using the V200 to assess exercise capacity
because at a heart rate of 200, horses may be exercising at different ... The V200
increases with training and can be useful for monitoring changes in fitness.
Author: Stephen M. Reed
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
Develop an essential understanding of the principles of equine disease with this one-of-a-kind, problem-based resource! Extensively revised and updated with contributions from an international team of experts, Equine Internal Medicine, 3rd Edition reflects the latest clinical research in equine medicine and focuses on the basic pathophysiologic mechanisms that underlie the development of various equine diseases to help you confidently diagnose, treat, and manage patient conditions. Problem-based approach outlines how to apply the latest clinical evidence directly to the conditions you’ll encounter in practice. Pathophysiology is emphasized throughout, providing a sound basis for discussions of the diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis that follow. Body systems chapters begin with a thorough discussion of the diagnostic method appropriate to the system, including physical examination, clinical pathology, radiography, endoscopy, and ultrasonography. Flow charts, diagrams, and algorithms clarify complex material. Extensive content updates help you improve patient care with up-to-date research and clinical evidence across the full spectrum of equine practice, including: New sections on biofilm ahesins, resistance to phagocytosis, and host substrate utilization New information on changes in body weight Recent findings on fibrocoxib and diclofenac Expanded and reorganized coverage of critical care New material on inborn errors of metabolism and acquired myopathies Detailed treatment information on various disorders of the reproductive tract A new section on toxicoses causing signs related to liver disease or dysfunction Bound-in companion DVD includes more than 120 high-quality video clips that guide you through procedures related to the cardiovascular and neurologic systems.
Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Equine Exercise
Physiology, San Diego, California, August 7-11, 1986 Jerry R. Gillespie, Norman
Edward Robinson. A method to analyze forces and moments in the extremities of
Measurements of fitness in thoroughbred racehorses using field studies of heart
rate and velocity with a global ... Effects of training on heart rate, cardiac output,
and lactic acid in Standardbred horses, using a standardised exercise test.
Author: Celia Marr
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
Cardiology of the Horse is a multi-author, contemporary reference on equine cardiology. The first section reviews the physiology, pathophysiology and pharmacology of the equine cardiovascular system. The second section describes diagnostic methods from basic to specialist examination skills and the third section addresses the investigation and management of common clinical problems using a problem-orientated approach. Suitable for students, general and specialist practitioners and teachers. An up-to-date account of current clinical practice in equine cardiology covering: recent developments in research and practice problem-orientated approaches helpful to both general and specialist practitioners clinical management of specific groups from foals and racehorses to geriatric patients cardiac problems related to exercise, anaesthesia and intensive care A superb companion DVD of clinical cases with extensive footage combining theory and clinical practice: echocardiograms heart sounds and murmurs ECGs radiography pathology Extensive linking of text to DVD, integrating fundamental principles and diagnostic data with information on clinical management of specific problems.
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EQUINE GENOMICS Oki, H. et al. ... The human gene map for performance and
health-related fitness phenotypes: The 2002 update. ... Transcriptional regulation
of gene expression in human skeletal muscle during recovery from exercise.
Author: Bhanu P. Chowdhary
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Analysis of the equine genome began just over a decade ago, culminating in the recent complete sequencing of the horse genome. The availability of the equine whole genome sequence represents the successful completion of an important era of equine genome analysis, and the beginning of a new era where the sequence information will catalyze the development of new tools and resources that will permit study of a range of traits that are economically important and are significant to equine health and welfare. Equine Genomics provides a timely comprehensive overview of equine genomic research. Chapters detail key accomplishments and the current state of research, as well as looking forward to possible applications of genomic technologies to horse breeding, health, and welfare. Equine Genomics delivers a global overview of the topic and is seamlessly edited by a leading equine genomics researcher. Equine Genomics is an indispensible source of information for anyone with an interest in this increasingly important field of study, including equine genomic researchers, clinicians, animal science professionals and equine field veterinarians.
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Author: George Henry Hewit OLIPHANTPublish On: 1854
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