Books on applied equine nutrition and training from the Conference on Equine Nutrition and Training


1) Applied Equine Nutrition and Training – ENUCO 2015
Paperback, 128 pages, Euro 45


The articles on nutrition provide reviews on feeding horses with roughage only and with medicinal plants as well as insight in the potential importance of monitoring the urine of horses for mycotoxins. Information on the effect of supplementing the diet of horses with dimethylglycine and aleurone complement the nutritive information. The articles on rehabilitation provide an overview on managing the whole horse instead of the lesioned tissues only and inform on a new tool to monitor the effect of measures taken. In addition there is very specific information on the effect of training horses. The book will be of interest to those working in the field of equine sports nutrition, science and medicine as well.


  • How to feed sport horses with roughage only. Anna Jansson
  • Medicinal plants for animals – a current therapeutic option with long tradition. Michael Walkenhorst
  • Equine Immunology and Phytogenic Drugs: Possibilities and Limitations. Sabine Vollstedt
  • Mycotoxicoses in horses: toxins, occurrence in feed, and the search for markers of exposure. M. Gross, J. I. Bauer, S. Wegner, K. Friedrich, M. Machnik, E. Usleber
  • The whole horse approach to equine physical rehabilitation: The biomechanical view. Sheila J. Schils, Diane Isbell
  • Novel approaches for injury-prevention and monitoring of tendons and ligaments by means of ultrasound tissue characterization (UTC). Hans T.M. van Schie
  • The whole horse approach to Equine Rehabilitation: the myofascial view. Vibeke S. Elbrønd

Expanded abstracts

  • Dimethylglycine supplementation in horses performing incremental treadmill exercise. K. de Oliveira, D.F. Fachiolli, M.J. Watanabe, D. Tsuzukibashi, C.M.M. Bittard, C.Costa, M.L.Poiatti, P.R. de L. Meirelles
  • Gymnastic training and dynamic mobilization work in therapy horses improve the stride and epaxial musculature quality. K. de Oliveira, R. V. G. Soutello, R. da Fonseca, C. Costa, P. R. de L. Meirelles, D. F. Fachiolli, H. M. Clayton.
  • Effect of an eventing season on V2 and V4 of Brazilian Sport horses. B. Gonçalves de Souza, F. Gomes Ferreira Padilha, F. Queiroz de Almeida, A.M. Reis Ferreira
  • Effect of training for eventing on young Brazilian Sport Horses. F. Gomes Ferreira Padilha, A.C. Tavares Miranda, A. Machado de Andrade, F. Queiroz de Almeida, A.M. Reis Ferreira
  • Effect of aleurone supplementation on postprandial glucose and insulin response in horses. C. Delesalle, A. Popovic, P. Hespel, J. E. De Oliveira, L. Duchateau, L. Verdegaal, M. de Bruijn


2) Applied Equine Nutrition and Training – ENUCO 2013
Paperback, 192 pages, Euro 45


This book describes recent developments in nutrition and training in sports horses. Special attention is given to the equine musculoskeletal system with a focus on tendons, a tissue frequently injured in sports horses. Experts in the field of exercise and medical sciences – working both with equine and human athletes – provide reviews on how to improve training and rehabilitation of tendons. Interrelated topics, such as riding balance, oxidative stress, welfare, exercise physiology and boot design are also covered in the book. The book will be of interest to anyone working in the field of equine sport and veterinary science.

Articles (expanded abstract not listed)

  • Nutrition and the musculoskeletal system: performance vs. welfare? Pat Harris
  • Oxidative stress in sport horses: Does it matter and if so, how should we feed them? Carey A. Williams
  • Lessons from the feeding of human athletes: nutritional modulation of muscle during training and rehabilitation. Ron J. Maughan
  • Protein ingestion and utilisation in performance horses related to muscle adaptation for conditioning and regeneration. Manfred Coenen
  • Influence of the rider skills, balance and athletic condition on the horses performance ability. Lars Roepstorff
  • How to train tendons in human athletes. Adamantios Arampatzis, Sebastian Bohm and Falk Mersmann
  • Is it possible to train flexor tendons in horses? Helen Birch
  • Equine carpal osteoarthritis and thoracic limb function: effects of aquatic rehabilitation. Melissa R. King, Kevin K. Haussler, Christopher E. Kawcak, C. Wayne McIlwraith, Raoul F. Reiser II, David D. Frisbie and Natasha M. Werpy
  • Tendon rehabilitation in human athletes. Kirsten Legerlotz
  • Applying functional electrical stimulation in the rehabilitation of muscle and tendons in horses. Sheila Schils
  • Can fascia improve the performance and general health condition in horses? Vibeke S. Elbrønd and Rikke M. Schultz

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3) Applied Equine Nutrition and Training – ENUCO 2011
Paperback, 250 pages, Euro 55


  • Practical news on equine nutrition for the breeder published in scientific literature between 2009-2011. Géraldine Blanchard
  • The rider’s interaction with the horse. Hilary M. Clayton
  • Training techniques to reduce the risk of back injury. Hilary M. Clayton
  • Equine nutrition – clinical cases where nutrition is involved. Manfred Coenen
  • Feeding and training the endurance horse: how science can serve the practitioners. Anne-Gaëlle Goachet and Véronique Julliand
  • How can we practically manage obese horses and ponies? Pat Harris
  • Importance of the lactate parameter for performance diagnosis and for the regulation of training in top competition athletics and in recreational sports. Ulrich Hartmann
  • Performance diagnosis and training monitoring of human athletes in track & field running disciplines. Ulrich Hartmann and Margot Niessen
  • Practical news on advances in nutrition for performance horses and ponies between 2009-2011. Véronique Julliand and Sarah L. Ralston
  • Do animals use natural properties of plants to self- medicate? Sabrina Krief
  • Feed supplements to maintain performance and health. Kenneth H. McKeever
  • Will total mixed rations be the future of horse feeding? Sarah L. Ralston and Harlan Anderson

ENUCO 2009

4) Applied Equine Nutrition and Training – ENUCO 2009
Paperback, 238 pages, Euro 35


  • Gastric ulcers: diet and treatment. Frank M. Andrews
  • Practical and controversial news on the relation between nutrition and sports performance: 2007 to now – part 1. Manfred Coenen
  • Practical and controversial news on the relation between nutrition and sports performance: 2007 to now – part 2. Raymond J. Geor
  • What’s new in Equine Nutrition since 2007? Patricia A. Harris
  • News on training the Dressage and Show Jumping Horse. Rachel Murray
  • Practical and controversial news on racehorse training. Jeremy R.J. Naylor
  • Effects of diet and feeding regimens on performance. Brian D. Nielsen
  • Evaluating recent equine research. Brian D. Nielsen
  • How not to train sport horses: detrimental regimens and exercises. Tim Parkin
  • Plyometric training for the development of strength in humans: principle and practice for its application in horses . José Luis L. Rivero

ENUCO 2007

5) Applied Equine Nutrition and Training – ENUCO 2007
Paperback, 244 pages, Euro 25


  • What’s new in equine nutrition (2005-06)? Patricia A. Harris
  • Evaluating recent equine research (2005-06). Brian D. Nielsen
  • Noteworthy changes to the Horse Nutrition Requirements by the National Research Council of USA Brian D. Nielsen
  • Relevance and standardisation of the terms Glycaemic Index and Glycaemic Response. Patricia A. Harris and Ray J. Geor
  • The role of nutrition in colic. Andy E. Durham
  • Recent papers on equine nutrition related to medicine (2005-06). Simon R. Bailey
  • Diagnosis and management of Insulin Resistance and Equine Metabolic Syndrome (EMS) in horses. Nicholas Frank
  • The use of Vitex agnus castus and other medicinal herbs in the management of Hyperadrenocorticism and other hormonal diseases in equines. Hilary Self
  • Food-allergy in horses. Regina Wagner, Derek K. Knottenbelt, Birgit Hunsinger
  • What’s new in equine sports nutrition (2005-06)? Raymond J. Geor
  • News on equine sports science (2005-06). Arno Lindner
  • News on medicine (2005-06). Derek K. Knottenbelt

ENUCO 2005

6) Applied equine nutrition - Equine NUtrition COnference (ENUCO) 2005

Paperback, 170 pages, Euro 20


  • Digestibility and retention of inorganic and organic forms of copper and zinc in yearling and mature geldings. Lance A. Baker
  • The impact of nutrition on dental health and management of equine teeth for optimal nutrition. Ian Dacre
  • Nutritional management to keep the hoof healthy. Hans Geyer
  • Feeding the endurance horse. Pat Harris
  • Impact of nutrition on the microflora of the gastro-intestinal tract in horses. Véronique Julliand
  • Nutritional management of horses with hoof diseases. Susan A. Kempson
  • Anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidative feed ingredients. Pierre Lekeux and Brieuc de Moffarts
  • Nutrition of the growing horse: Feeding management to reduce DOD. Joe D. Pagan
  • Differential diagnosis and nutritional management of equine exertional rhabdomyolysis. Stephanie Valberg
  • Impact of diseases on the gastrointestinal microflora, nutritional prevention of these diseases and nutritional management after occurrence. Scott J. Weese

Books on Equine Sports Medicine and Science from the Conference on Equine Sports Medicine And Science – CESMAS)



7) Performance Diagnosis and Purchase Examination for Elite Sports Performance Level – CESMAS 2010
Paperback, 192 pages, Euro 45


  • Can genetics help to find THE horse; positive and negative markers of performance and health. Eric Barrey
  • Equine osteochondrosis: what can genetics tell the breeder and rider. Ottmar Distl
  • The role of conformation on performance and predisposition to injury: is there a difference between Thorougbreds and Warmbloods. Willem Back and Chris E. Kawcak
  • Considerations of the optimal management of horses from birth to 2 years of age. Brian D. Nielsen and Chris E. Kawcak
  • The role of the shoes in performance and injury prevention; what ́s in for the (proned to) navicular lame horse. Jeff Thomason and Willem Back
  • On track diagnosis of upper airways obstructions that cause reduced performance in racehorses (trotters) and their treatment. Anders Ekfalk
  • Practical experience on what the good performer requires. Philippe Benoit, Anne Couroucé-Malblanc, Chris E. Kawcak, Brian D. Nielsen, E. Hank Bird and Marianne M. Sloet van Oldruitenborgh-Oosterbaan
  • Performance evaluation for the prepurchase examination: How it is done in the Netherlands? Marianne M. Sloet van Oldruitenborgh-Oosterbaan
  • Performance evaluation for training guidance. Anne Couroucé-Malblanc, Gustaf Croon, Arne Lindholm, Arno Lindner and Björn Nolting
  • How to evaluate performance of show jumpers before, during and after the competitive season. Philippe Benoit
  • Prepurchase exam of the high level jumper. Philippe Benoit
  • Body condition scoring and on-track performance diagnosis. Brian D. Nielsen
  • The prepurchase examination of horses in Germany. Björn Nolting


8) The acute poorly performing sport horse – CESMAS 2008
Paperback, 192 pages, Euro 35


  • What do we know about the poor performance horse? Tatiana Art and Emmanuelle van Erck
  • The gastrointestinal tract of performance horses: medical, nutritional and surgical considerations Andy E. Durham and Nathaniel A. White
  • Sudden poor performance in the equine athlete: could it be the heart? Lesley Young and Gunther van Loon
  • Prevalence and clinical management of equine exertional rhabdomyolysis syndrome in different types of sport horses. José Luis L. Rivero and Richard J. Piercy
  • Monitoring orthopaedic health in competition horses. Sue Dyson and Philippe Benoit
  • The horse’s foot as a source of poor performance. Tracy A. Turner
  • Could it be the foot? If yes, what can be done? Andrew P. Bathe
  • Acquired neurological conditions of performance horses in the ‘peri-event period’. Lutz Goehring and Barrie Grant
  • Specific cases where physiotherapy made an improvement in equine sport. Christel Auer
  • Poor performance: could it be caused by respiratory malfunction? Marianne M. Sloet van Oldruitenborgh-Oosterbaan and J. Geoffrey Lane


9) Management of lameness causes in sport horses – CESMAS 2006
Paperback 246 pages, Euro 60


  • Deep digital flexor tendon lesions in the fetlock region: A retrospective study of 108 tenoscopies of digital flexor tendon sheaths suspected of deep digital flexor tendon laceration. Hans Wilderjans and Bernard Boussauw
  • Treatment results for the causes of digital flexor tendon sheath distension. Matthew R.W. Smith
  • Diagnosis of superficial digital flexor tendonitis and paratendonitis. Eddy Cauvin
  • Management of superficial digital flexor tendonitis. Lisa A. Fortier
  • Diagnosis of proximal suspensory desmitis in the forelimb and hindlimb. Sue Dyson
  • Management of proximal suspensory desmitis. Andrew P. Bathe
  • A system for monitoring of training and disease of Thoroughbreds in the UK. Anthony Stirk
  • How are chronic tendon injuries tackled in humans? Håkan Alfredson
  • A scientific approach to training Thoroughbred horses. Allan J. Davie
  • Diagnosis of osteoarthritis and traumatic joint disease. Michael W. Ross
  • Management of osteoarthritis and traumatic joint disease. C. Wayne McIlwraith
  • How are osteoarthritis & traumatic joint disease managed in human athletes? Harald Roos
  • Physiotherapeutic options for the prevention and management of skeletal disorder. Amanda Sutton

The Elite Race

10) The Elite Race and Endurance Horse – CESMAS 2004
Paperback, 226 pages, Euro 20


  • Equine tendon adaptation to training: Which type of exercise does what? Roger K.W. Smith
  • Does heart rate indicate the health status of endurance horses during competition? Marianne M. Sloet van Oldruitenborgh-Oosterbaan
  • Skeletal muscle adaptation to conditioning: Which type of exercise for what? José L. L. Rivero
  • Risk factors for racing horses. Tim Parkin
  • Nutritional and Husbandry Management of Racehorses. Brian D. Nielsen, K.M. Hiney, K.E. Hoekstra, R.A. Bell and Gary D. Potter
  • Tissue adaptation to training: Which type of exercise for what? Articular cartilage and subchondral bone. Chris E. Kawcak
  • When and how should horses travel to peform optimally in sports. Desmond P. Leadon
  • Racehorse health programs. Arne Lindholm
  • What can be done short before competition? Jean-Yves Guray
  • Lameness and gait abnormalities in French trotters. Jean-Marie Denoix, Fabrice Audigié, V. Coudry
  • Monitoring soundness in young Thoroughbred racehorses. Helen Davies
  • Adaptation of the energy metabolism to conditioning: Which type of exercise for what? Arno Lindner


11) The Elite Dressage and Three-Day-Event Horse – CESMAS 2002
Paperback, 233 pages, Euro 20


  • Locomotion of dressage horses. Eric Barrey and Sophie Biau
  • Which complementary method for what problem? Jean Servantie
  • Training of horses used for dressage. Arno Lindner
  • Do heart rate murmurs and heart rate irregularities matter for the performance of sport horses? Marianne M. Sloet van Oldruitenborgh-Oosterbaan
  • Poor performance: What role do alimentary tract functions have to play? Derek C. Knottenbelt
  • How do we keep Eventers sound? Kent A. Allen
  • Equine back treatment and rehabilitation. Arne Lindholm
  • Evolution of the training method in three-day event horses. Patrick Galloux
  • The optimal surface for training and competing. Hilary M. Clayton
  • Poor performance: cannot or will not? Sue Dyson


12) The Elite Show Jumper – CESMAS 2000
Paperback, 300 pages, Euro 20


  • How do we breed for the elite show jumper? Eric Barrey
  • Feeding the show jumper. Pat A. Harris
  • How do we recognize the elite show jumper? Mikael Holmström
  • Skeletal muscle profile of show jumpers: physiological and pathological considerations. José L. López Rivero
  • The work of a national show-jumper equipe veterinarian. Björn Nolting
  • How can the rider help show jumpers to have better performances? Pippa Powers and D. Harrison
  • Alterations on the locomotion in relation with vertebral lesions. Jean-Marie Denoix
  • Neuronal coordination during jumping in the horse. Gianluigi Giovagnoli, Marco Reitano and Mauricio Silvestrelli
  • The typical lameness of elite show jumpers. Sue Dyson
  • Benefits of the non-focalized CO2-Laser in horses. Arne Lindholm
  • Joint repair in the equine athlete. Wayne McIlwraith


13) Conference on Equine Sports Medicine and Science – CESMAS 1998
Paperback, 274 pages, Euro 20


  • The role of pulmonary defences in the development of infectious respiratory disease. Warwick Bayly, MT Hines and RF Slocombe
  • Appropriate blood variables helpful in diagnosing (sub)clinical disease in the horse. Marianne Sloet van Oldruitenborgh-Oosterbaan
  • Diagnostic and therapeutic approach to chronic small airway disease of the equine athlete with poor performance problems. Henry Staempfli
  • Diagnosis of the cause of back pain in horses. Jean-Marie Denoix
  • Superficial digital flexor tendonitis: A comparison of treatment methods and rehabilitation programmes. Sue Dyson
  • An integrated approach to diagnosing and treating back pain in horses. Karen Gellman
  • Relationship between back problems and muscle disorders Possibilities of prevention and therapy. Arne Lindholm
  • Gait analysis of dressage performance. Hilary Clayton
  • Endurance and sprint training. Anne Couroucé
  • Nutritional ergogenic aids in the horse – uses and abuses. Pat Harris and Roger Harris

Other Books


Performance Diagnosis 1997

14) Performance diagnosis of horses
Paperback, 1997, 96 pages; Euro 20


This book informs all persons involved in the equine breeding and sports industry about the practical use of measurements of parameters of the efficiency of the energy metabolism, endocrine system, muscle activity and locomotion for the determination of athletic potential in horses. Great care was taken to differentiate between the effects of exercise and the effects of training.

  • Biochemical variables of energy metabolsim in blood or plasma. Arno Lindner
  • Endocrinological variables in blood and plasma. Adriana Ferlazzo and Esterina Fazio
  • Muscle variables. José Luis López Rivero
  • Locomotion variables. Eric Barrey

Laktat und Leistung

15) Laktat und Leistung - Wie Pferdesport mit Methode statt mit Mythen betrieben wird
Paperback, 1997, 128 Seiten; Euro 20


In diesem Buch geht es um eine Entzauberung: die des Mythos Laktat. „Laktat muß verhindert werden“, heißt es unter Pferdeleuten – weil Laktat Muskelkater bewirke, Übersäuerung und Erschöpfung. Arno Lindner räumt gleich im ersten Kapitel mit diesem Irrglauben auf. Doch nicht nur das: Er zeigt, dass und wie Laktat in der Leistungsdiagnostik bei Pferden angewendet werden kann. Dazu gibt es Tipps zu Mess- und Trainingsmethoden.

  • Mythen (Laktat bewirkt Muskelverschlag, macht sauer, erschöpft, entsteht durch Sauerstoffmangel; die aerob-anaerobe Schwelle ist bei 4 mmol/l)
  • Anwendung (Ausdauerdiagnostik und Trainingssteuerung)
  • Was bei und nach der Blutentnahme die Messung stören kann
  • Konzentration bei den unterschiedlichsten Belastungen
  • Grundlagen des Laktatstoffwechsels


Anwendung von Laufbändern

16) Anwendung von Laufbändern bei Pferden - Leistungsdiagnostik und Training von gesunden Pferden mit Hilfe von Laufbändern
Paperback, 1998, 57 Seiten; Euro 10


Laufbänder für Pferde bieten enorme Vorteile: So kann die Intensität der Belastung sehr genau und mit wenig Aufwand dosiert werden. Der Zugang zum sich bewegenden Pferd ist immer optimal. Junge Tiere lassen sich antrainieren, ohne dass ihr noch nicht ausgereiftes Skelett mit dem Gewicht des Reiters belastet wird. Laufbänder erlauben auch ein Training in Regionen und zu Jahreszeiten, in denen die Arbeit mit den Pferden im Freien schwer möglich wäre.

Books on Equine Sports Medicine and Science from the Conferencia Internacional de CAallos de DEporte – CICADE (Language of the articles varies: Some are English, some in Spanish, some in Portuguese)

17) Conferencia Internacional de CAballos de DEporte – CICADE – 2007, San José de Costa Rica
PDF, 2007, 131 pages; without charge


  • Antonio Alfaro Altamirano: Medical and acupunture treatment of back problems
  • Bruemmer Jason E: Sexual behavior of the breeding stallion
  • Bruemmer Jason E: Clinical case studies
  • Bruemmer Jason E and Squires Ed L: Success with cooled and frozen semen
  • de la Calle del Barrio Jorge: Shoulder lameness in horses
  • Frisbie David D: Principals of treatment of joint disease
  • Goodrich Laurie R: Management of tendon problems
  • Novales Durán Manuel: La osteocondrosis en el caballo Pura Raza Española
  • Rivero López José Luis y Chamizo Verónica: Prevalencia del síndrome de rabdomiólisis de esfuerzo y otros problemas neuromusculares en el caballo de pura raza española
  • Rodriguez Luis L: Health considerations when exporting horses from Tropics and Subtropics
  • Squires Ed L: Factors affecting sperm output of stallions:
  • Squires Ed L: Superovulation of mares and embryo freezing
  • Squires Ed L. Management of embryo donors and recipients
  • Squires Ed L: Factors affecting embryo transfer recovery and pregnanacy rates after embryo transfer
  • Squires Ed L and Bruemmer Jason E: Anatomy and physiology of the stallion
  • Squires Ed L and Bruemmer Jason E: How to collect equine semen
  • van Weeren René: What moves and how in the back? Functional anatomy
  • Wilderjans Hans and Bernard Boussauw: Deep digital flexor tendon lesions in the fetlock region: A retrospective study of 108 tenoscopies of digital flexor tendon sheaths suspected of deep digital flexor tendon laceration

Expanded abstracts

  • Brandstetter LRG, Menezes LB, Gondim FJ, Araújo EG: Ischemia and reperfusion activate MAP kinases in equine small intestine
  • Burns PJ and Gilley RM: Pharmacodynamic evaluation of biodegradable DL-Lactide-co-Glycolide microparticles for a 30 d controlled release Thyroxine formulation using a new solvent free extrusion process
  • Forés P, Sampayo J, López J, González-Nicolás J, Escolar E: Aplicación de la Litotricia en la Clínica Equina
  • Morrow CM and P.J. Burns PJ: Evaluation of BioRelease Altrenogest LA 150 for maintenance of pregnancy in mares
  • Orozco CA, Martins CB, Gomide LM, Albernaz RM, Christovão FG, Silva MA, D`Angelis FH, Sampaio R, Meystre RA, Borgui RT, Queiroz Neto A, Lacerda Neto JC: Metabolic adaptations during training of purebred Arabian horses
  • Parlevliet JM, Paccamonti DL and Barker SA: Cefquinome concentrations in the endometrium after intrauterine treatment in mares of Cobactan 4.5%® and inflammatory response of the uterus to this treatment
  • Silva MAG, Gomide LMW, DIAS DPM, Martins CB, Brandi RA, Albernaz RM, Orozco CAG, Christovao FG, D’Angelis FHF, Freitas EVV, Queiroz-Neto A, Lacerda-Neto JC: Venous hemogasometry and blood lactate levels in Qt Horses during barrel racing
  • Souza MV SOUZA, Vianna MW de S, Zandim BM, Fernandes RBA, Fontes MPF, Haddad MA: Heavy metals in the blood and serum of cattle and horses
  • van Doorn DA, Hoogervorst F, Everts H, Wouterse H, Beynen AC: Urinary excretion of phosphorus, calcium and magnesium by ponies upon caecal infusion with sodium phosphate or sodium phytate


18) Conferencia Internacional de CAballos de DEporte – CICADE – 2014, Buenos Aires y La Plata, Argentina
PDF, 2014, 52 pages; without charge


  • ¿Se podrá entrenar el tendón flexor superficial en caballos? Arno Lindner
  • Evaluación de la capacidad física. Trigo P, Castejón F, Riber C, Muñoz A, Peral García P
  • Evaluación del aparato respiratorio en atletas equinos. López RA
  • Sobre el entrenamiento de caballos de salto con ejercicios pliométricos: razonamientos y experiencias prácticas. Signorini R, Nuñez JL
  • Deshidratación y agotamiento asociados al ejercicio de resistencia (Síndrome del Caballo Exhausto). Muriel MG
  • Evaluación y cuantificación de cojeras en el caballo mediante el método de análisis de la locomoción Equimetrix. Barrey E
  • Análisis de la marcha para monitorear el rendimiento de los caballos en la doma, salto, enduro, trote y carrera sin obstáculos. Barrey E
  • Posibilidades diagnósticas del examen cuantitativo electromiográfico de aguja. Wijnberg ID
  • Realidad higiénico-sanitaria de los alimentos para animales en Latino América, los alimentos balanceados tienen ventajas en la nutrición equina? Crosetti C
  • Alimentación y cólicos. Manfred Coenen

Expanded abstracts

  • Conformación de las pezuñas de caballos adultos criados en una Unidad Militar de Brasil. Moura RS, Tobo Pastori W, Bruhn Pascoti FR, Conceição Andrade S, Camisão de Souza J, Duque de Mesquita Neto F
  • Modificaciones en parámetros clínicos basales en caballos durante la aclimatación a temperatura y humedad elevadas. Trigo P, Pandelo J, Muñoz Juzado A, Rezende ASC, Muriel M, Barrena Chiantelassa JP, Tuemmers Apablaza C, Peral García P
  • Uso de la tomografía computada para el diagnóstico de la exostosis asociada con la desmitis crónica en la cara proximal del ligamento suspensorio en el tercer metacarpo: Informe de caso clínico. Viana GF; Machado VMW
  • Evaluación de los efectos del adiestramiento y la competición sobre el músculo esquelético durante la temporada ecuestre. Padilha FGF, Dimache LAG, Miranda ACT, Godoi FN, Almeida FQ, Ferreira AMR
  • Evaluación de rendimiento equino con pruebas de salto. Rodrigues TNG, Godói FN, Trigo PI, Ramos MT, Brito HCD, Miranda ACT, Dimache LAG, Silva VP, Almeida FQ
  • Caracterización de la dieta de equinos deportivos de clubes de la Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires. Blanco MA, Terraciano F, Ramos G
  • Aminoácidos libres de cadena ramificada en suero de caballos de concursos hípicos alimen- tados con diferentes niveles proteicos. Oliveira CAA, Keller LA, Ramos MT, Silva AT, Bal- dani CD, Silva VP, Almeida FQ


19) Conferencia Internacional de CAballos de DEporte – CICADE – 2016, Ribeirao Preto, Brasil
PDF, 2016, 160 pages; without charge


  • Effect of good dental care on the nutrition of the horse. Manfred Coenen
  • Sport horse nutrition from a hot and humid weather perspective. Manfred Coenen
  • Which type of fibre sport horses need in hot and humid conditions? Vicinius Pimentel Silva and Manfred Coenen
  • Beyond Steady-State Straight Line Trot: lessons to learn from gait assessment of lungeing, flexion tests and diagnostic analgesia. Thilo Pfau
  • Man + Machine: quantifying subtle movement asymmetries in the horse. Thilo Pfau
  • Biomechanics of Equestrian Sports. Hilary M. Clayton
  • Bitting and Rein Tension. Hilary M. Clayton
  • Interactions between the Horse, Saddle and Rider. Hilary M. Clayton
  • Equine diagnostic imaging: Radiographic changes associated with joint problems. Renate Weller

Expanded abstracts

  • Estudo retrospectivo dos exames de ressonância magnética em equinos realizados no hospital veterinário da FMVZ-UNESP Botucatu, no período de julho de 2012 a decembro de 2015 - Castiglioni Maria CR, Viana GF, Machado VMV
  • Prevalência de lesões no tarso de equinos Mangalarga Marchador competidores de alta performance em provas de Marcha Picada - da Costa Barcelos Kate Moura, Adalgiza Souza Carneiro de Rezende, Renate Weller, Angela Maria Quintão Lana, Bruno Zambelli Loiacono, Júlia Naves Saraiva de Melo Queiroz, Hellen Patricia Domingos Lopes, Rafael Henrique Prado Silva, Rafael Resende Faleiros
  • Deslocamento vertical dos cascos dos membros torácicos de quienos da raça Mangalarga Marchador - de Oliveira Silva Thayne, Mayara Gonçalves Fonseca, Samuel Pereira Simonato, Amanda Piaia Silvatti, Brunna Patrícia Almeida da Fonseca, Maria Verônica de Souza
  • Resfriamento de equinos após teste de esforço físico em esteira de alta velocidade - Oliveira Chiara AA, LGC Tenório, FL Basso, Fernando Q Almeida
  • Analise descritiva da cinemática da coluna toracolombar de equinos Mangalarga Marchador - Pereira Simonao Samuel, Brunna Patricia Almeida da Fonseca, Amanda Piaia Silvatti
  • A Anemia Ingessiosa Eqüina afeta o desempenho funcional dos eqüinos no Pantanal Matogrossense? - Souza Carneiro Rezende Adalgiza, Débora Roque dos Santos, Sandra Aparecida Santos, Márcia Furlan NT Lima, Juliano M Santiago, Reinaldo Mellito, Kate Moura da Costa Barcelos, Pablo Trigo
  • Thermographic evaluation of medial and lateral hoof structures in horses with heel elevation - Wehrle Gomide Lina Maria, Jaqueline Bizi, Larissa da Silva Bomfim, Priscila Dalmagro, Rafaela Esperanza Baptista, Taís Casonato Rodrigues, João Pedro Borges Barbosa, Flávia de Almeida Lucas, José Corrêa de Lacerda Neto, Juliana Regina Peiró, Luiz Claudio Nogueira Mendes

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