Book: Lindner, Arno: The acute poorly performing sport horse

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The determination and management of performance-limitation in sport horses is very challenging, especially within a short time period before an important competition. In this book experts disclose their experience on:
  • What do we know about the poor performance horse?
  • The gastrointestinal tract: medical, nutritional and surgical considerations.
  • Could it be the heart?
  • Could it be the muscles?
  • Monitoring orthopaedic health in competition horses.
  • Could it be the foot?
  • Could it be neurological?
  • Cases where physiotherapy helped to make a difference.
  • Could it be respiratory?
 
2008, 192 pages, paperback
 
 
Table of contents
Foreword
 
Articles
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 ‘perievent 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
 
Abstracts
Effect of forage: concentrate ratio on acid-base balance and racing performance
D.E. Allen, J.M. Ellis, R.G. Wilkinson, T. Carey and T. Hollands
 
Training and competition follow-up in the field in young horses trained for three-day-eventing
Anne Couroucé-Malblanc, Elsa Authié, Benjamin Morillon and Sophie Biau
 
Cortisol response of therapeutic riding horses to hippotherapy and horse riding sessions
C. Cravana, F. Di Giovanni, P. Medica, E. Fazio and A. Ferlazzo
 
The influences of overtraining on the hypothalamo-pituitaryadrenocortical axis in Standardbred horses
E. de Graaf-Roelfsema, H.A. Keizer, E. van Breda, I.D. Wijnberg and J.H. van der Kolk
 
The effect of overtraining and subsequent detraining on glucose metabolism and peripheral insulin sensitivity in Standardbred horses
E. de Graaf-Roelfsema, H.A. Keizer, E. van Breda, I.D. Wijnberg and J.H. van der Kolk
 
Circulating cortisol levels of Arab sport horses before and after gymkana riding events: effects of training state, gender and age
E. Fazio, P. Molinari, P. Medica, C. Messineo and A. Ferlazzo
 
Quantification of negative mental status of a horse during physical activity
F. Jansen, J. Van der Krogt, K. Van Loon, S. Quanten, D. Berckmans, M. Guarino and V. Avezzù
 
Serum cardiac troponin I and echocardiographic behavior of endurance horses in response to prolonged physical exercise
L.E.S. Michima, C.C.M. Bonomo, P. Miyashiro and W.R. Fernandes
 
Oxidative stress and exercise induced rhabdomyolysis in standardbred horses
E. van Erck, C. Loigerot, P. Lekeux and N. Kirschvink
 
Treating the elite sports horse; can we determine withdrawal times from data available in the literature?
A.V. van Weezel Errens, A.H. Werners and J. Fink-Gremmels
 
The influence of exercise and training on plasma acylcarnitine profile of Standardbred horses
Cornélie M. Westermann, Bert Dorland, Monique G.M. de Sain-van der Velden, Inge D. Wijnberg, Eric van Breda, Ellen de Graaf-Roelfsema, Hans A. Keizer and Johannes H. van der Kolk