Basic kinematics of the saddle and rider in high-level dressage horses trotting on a treadmill.

@article{Bystrm2009BasicKO,
  title={Basic kinematics of the saddle and rider in high-level dressage horses trotting on a treadmill.},
  author={Anna Bystr{\"o}m and Marie Rhodin and K von Peinen and Michael A Weishaupt and Lars Roepstorff},
  journal={Equine veterinary journal},
  year={2009},
  volume={41 3},
  pages={280-4}
}
REASONS FOR PERFORMING STUDY A comprehensive kinematic description of rider and saddle movements is not yet present in the scientific literature. OBJECTIVE To describe saddle and rider movements in a group of high-level dressage horses and riders. METHOD Seven high-level dressage horses and riders were subjected to kinematic measurements while performing collected trot on a treadmill. For analysis a rigid body model for the saddle and core rider segments, projection angles of the rider's… CONTINUE READING

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