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Applied Equine Nutrition and Training 2009 Equine Nutrition and Training Conference (ENUTRACO) 2009

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Applied Equine Nutrition and Training 2009 Equine Nutrition and Training Conference (ENUTRACO) 2009

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This book contains the latest scientific findings on nutrition and training of racing and sport horses discussed by renowned experts during the Equine NUtrition and TRAining COnference 2009. Furthermore, state of the art reviews are published on the prevention and treatment of gastric ulcers, on the effects of diet and feeding regimens on performance, on the principles and practice of plyometric training for the development of strength and on how not to train sport horses. Finally, expanded abstracts of peer reviewed original research presented during the conference are included.

All those concerned with training, riding and feeding in the equine industry will benefit from this valuable resource.

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Extent 240 pages
ISBN 9789086861248
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Contents

Editorial

Articles
  • Gastric ulcers: diet and treatment
  • Practical and controversial news on the relation between nutrition and sports performance: 2007 to now ? part 1
  • Practical and controversial news on the relation between nutrition and sports performance: 2007 to now ? part 2
  • What?s new in Equine Nutrition since 2007?
  • Dressage and show jumping
  • Practical and controversial news on racehorse training
  • Effects of diet and feeding regimens on performance
  • Evaluating recent equine research
  • How not to train sport horses: detrimental regimens and exercises
  • Plyometric training for the development of strength in humans: principle and practice for its application in horses
Expanded abstracts
  • Preliminary report into the relationship between farm management and the incidence of OCD in young Andalusian (PRE) horses in Spain
  • The effect of a feed ingredient with endogenous phytase activity on phosphorus availability in equine diets
  • Non-invasive bone assessment by quantitative ultrasonography in Lusitano suckling foals: a preliminary study
  • Effect of long-term conditioning period on digesta total tract mean retention time and biochemical faecal profile in endurance horses
  • Is there an impact of feeding concentrate before or after forage on colonic pH and redox potential in horses?
  • In vitro and in situ cecal digestion of legumes in horses
  • NMR-based metabonomic analysis of serum from Standardbred yearlings with or without hock osteochondrosis dissecans lesions: metabolic markers for OCD
  • A survey of feeding practice for show jumping horses in Northern Italy: are scientific new findings being applied?
  • A method of measuring the influence of rider interaction and training on the temporal relationships between limb cycles of horses using inertial motion sensors