Comparative kinematic analysis of the leading and trailing forelimbs of horses cantering on a turf and a synthetic surface.

@article{CrevierDenoix2013ComparativeKA,
  title={Comparative kinematic analysis of the leading and trailing forelimbs of horses cantering on a turf and a synthetic surface.},
  author={Nathalie Crevier-Denoix and Sylvain Falala and Laur{\`e}ne Holden-Douilly and Mathieu Camus and J S Martino and B Ravary-Plumioen and Claudio Vergari and Lo{\"i}c Desquilbet and J. M. Denoix and Henry Chateau and Philippe Pourcelot},
  journal={Equine veterinary journal. Supplement},
  year={2013},
  volume={45},
  pages={54-61}
}
REASONS FOR PERFORMING STUDY The relationship between track surface properties and limb kinematics is poorly understood. Hoof orientation within the track surface has never been quantified under training conditions. Previously described kinematic and dynamic differences between leading and trailing forelimbs at the canter poorly correlate with epidemiological data regarding injuries. OBJECTIVES To compare joint kinematics and hoof orientation in the leading and trailing forelimbs of horses… CONTINUE READING
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