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  1. Barefoot methodology as a viable farriery option
  2. Classification performance of sEMG and kinematic parameters for distinguishing between non-lame and induced lameness conditions in horses
  3. Riders’ Effects on Horses—Biomechanical Principles with Examples from the Literature
  4. A Delphi Study to Determine International and National Equestrian Expert Opinions on Domains and Sub-Domains Essential to Managing Sporthorse Health and Welfare in the Olympic Disciplines
  5. Pilot study of locomotor asymmetry in horses walking in circles with and without a rider
  6. Towards an Evidence-Based Classification System for Para Dressage: Associations between Impairment and Performance Measures
  7. Evaluating Overall Performance in High-Level Dressage Horse–Rider Combinations by Comparing Measurements from Inertial Sensors with General Impression Scores Awarded by Judges
  8. Reliability of sEMG Measures for Equine Muscles during Overground Trot
  9. Electromyographic and Kinematic Comparison of the Leading and Trailing Fore- and Hindlimbs of Horses during Canter
  10. Body Condition Score in Danish Horses Related to Type, Use, and Training Level: Patterns, Risk, and Protective Factors
  11. Adaptations in equine axial movement and muscle activity occur during induced fore‐ and hindlimb lameness: A kinematic and electromyographic evaluation during in‐hand trot
  12. Hoof Matters: Developing an Athletic Thoroughbred Hoof
  13. Timing of Vertical Head, Withers and Pelvis Movements Relative to the Footfalls in Different Equine Gaits and Breeds
  14. Tack Fit and Use
  15. The Olympic motto through the lens of equestrian sports
  16. A Scoping Review of Equine Biomechanics Revisited
  17. Assessment of Skin and Mucosa at the Equine Oral Commissures to Assess Pathology from Bit Wear: The Oral Commissure Assessment Protocol (OCA) for Analysis and Categorisation of Oral Commissures
  18. Pre-Competition Oral Findings in Danish Sport Horses and Ponies Competing at High Level
  19. Roll And Pitch of the Rider's Pelvis During Horseback Riding at Walk on a Circle
  20. Rider Skill Affects Time and Frequency Domain Postural Variables When Performing Shoulder-in
  21. Know your noseband: An exploration of factors that influence riders’ choice of noseband
  22. An exploration of stakeholder perceptions to inform the development of an evidence-based classification system in para dressage
  23. Guidelines for the Measurement of Rein Tension in Equestrian Sport
  24. Equine Rehabilitation: A Scoping Review of the Literature
  25. Relationships between the Rider’s Pelvic Mobility and Balance on a Gymnastic Ball with Equestrian Skills and Effects on Horse Welfare
  26. Ground Reaction Forces of Dressage Horses Performing the Piaffe
  27. Muscle Function and Kinematics during Submaximal Equine Jumping: What Can Objective Outcomes Tell Us about Athletic Performance Indicators?
  28. Effects of Racing Surface and Turn Radius on Fatal Limb Fractures in Thoroughbred Racehorses
  29. Gymnastic Training of Hippotherapy Horses Benefits Gait Quality when Ridden by Riders with Different Body Weights
  30. A scoping review of determinants of performance in dressage
  31. Asymmetries of horses walking and trotting on treadmill with and without rider
  32. Withers vertical movement asymmetry in dressage horses walking in different head-neck positions with and without riders
  33. Equestrian and biomechanical perspectives on laterality in the horse
  34. Saddle and stirrup forces of equestrian riders in sitting trot, rising trot, and trot without stirrups on a riding simulator
  35. A Review of Biomechanical Gait Classification with Reference to Collected Trot, Passage and Piaffe in Dressage Horses
  36. Rein Tension in Transitions and Halts during Equestrian Dressage Training
  37. Collisional mechanics of the diagonal gaits of horses over a range of speeds
  38. Intersegmental strategies in frontal plane in moderately-skilled riders analyzed in ridden and un-mounted situations
  39. Ground Reaction Forces: The Sine Qua Non of Legged Locomotion
  40. Science‐in‐brief: Horse, rider, saddlery interactions: Welfare and performance
  41. Orientation and location of the finite helical axis of the equine forelimb joints
  42. Modelling rein tension during riding sessions using the generalised additive modelling technique
  43. Head, trunk and pelvic kinematics in the frontal plane in un-mounted horseback riders rocking a balance chair from side-to-side
  44. Rider reported factors influencing choice of stirrup length in dressage, showjumping and eventing, and para equestrianism
  45. Comparison of stirrup lengths chosen for flatwork by novice and experienced riders
  46. Biomechanical findings in horses showing asymmetrical vertical excursions of the withers at walk
  47. Sagittal plane fore hoof unevenness is associated with fore and hindlimb asymmetrical force vectors in the sagittal and frontal planes
  48. Comparison of rider stability in a flapless saddle versus a conventional saddle
  49. Evaluation of a pictorial method to obtain subject-specific inertial properties in equine limb segments
  50. Lesions associated with the use of bits, nosebands, spurs and whips in Danish competition horses
  51. A simple method of equine limb force vector analysis and its potential applications
  52. Rein tension in novice riders when riding a horse simulator
  53. An exploration of strategies used by dressage horses to control moments around the center of mass when performing passage
  54. The role of biomechanical analysis of horse and rider in equitation science
  55. Ground reaction forces of elite dressage horses in collected trot and passage
  56. Enthesophytosis and Impingement of the Dorsal Spinous Processes in the Equine Thoracolumbar Spine
  57. HORSE SPECIES SYMPOSIUM: Biomechanics of the exercising horse1
  58. Osseous Pathology of the Synovial Intervertebral Articulations in the Equine Thoracolumbar Spine
  59. An exploration of the influence of diagonal dissociation and moderate changes in speed on locomotor parameters in trotting horses
  60. An exploration of the influence of diagonal dissociation and moderate changes in speed on locomotor parameters in trotting horses
  61. Maximum and minimum peaks in rein tension within canter strides
  62. Spatial Variation of the Physical and Biomechanical Properties Within an Equestrian Arena Surface
  63. Does foot pronation in unmounted horseback riders affect pelvic movement during walking?
  64. Gymnastic Training and Dynamic Mobilization Exercises Improve Stride Quality and Increase Epaxial Muscle Size in Therapy Horses
  65. The Use of Pressure Plates for Static Center of Pressure Analysis in Horses
  66. Effects of acceleration on gait measures in three horse gaits
  67. Assessing English Saddle Fit in Performance Horses
  68. Comparison of the head and neck position of elite dressage horses during top-level competitions in 1992 versus 2008
  69. Posture, Flexibility and Grip Strength in Horse Riders
  70. Prevalence of Osseous Pathology in the Articular Process Articulations in the Equine Cervical and Cranial Thoracic Vertebrae
  71. The Point of Application of the Ground Reaction Force Moves in Circling Horses
  72. Individual Limb Contributions to Centripetal Force Generation during Circular Trot
  73. The Effect of Centre of Mass Location on Pitching Moments in Trotting Horses
  74. Is Foot Placement Related to Body Movement Asymmetry During Circular Locomotion?
  75. Gross anatomy of the deep perivertebral musculature in horses
  76. Effect of blindfolding on centre of pressure variables in healthy horses during quiet standing
  77. Force and pressure distribution beneath a conventional dressage saddle and a treeless dressage saddle with panels
  78. Development of postural balance in foals
  79. Stride to stride variability in joint angle profiles during transitions from trot to canter in horses
  80. Relationship between morphological and stabilographic variables in standing horses
  81. Sagittal plane ground reaction forces, centre of pressure and centre of mass in trotting horses
  82. Spatio-temporal gait characteristics during transitions from trot to canter in horses
  83. Science in brief: Interactions between the rider, the saddle and the horse
  84. Effect of trotting speed and circle radius on movement symmetry in horses during lunging on a soft surface
  85. Comparison of pressure distribution under a conventional saddle and a treeless saddle at sitting trot
  86. Is a single force plate adequate for stabilographic analysis in horses?
  87. Effects of barefoot trimming on hoof morphology
  88. Length and elasticity of side reins affect rein tension at trot
  89. Dynamic mobilisation exercises increase cross sectional area ofmusculus multifidus
  90. Inertial properties of equine limb segments
  91. The rider’s interaction with the horse
  92. Training techniques to reduce the risk of back injury
  93. Dynamic mobilisations in cervical flexion: Effects on intervertebral angulations
  94. Swing phase kinematic and kinetic response to weighting the hind pasterns
  95. Biomechanics of the Distal Interphalangeal Joint
  96. Editorial Introduction
  97. Advantages and disadvantages of track vs. treadmill tests
  98. Comparison of the collected, working, medium and extended canters
  99. Classification of collected trot, passage and piaffe based on temporal variables
  100. Effect of added weight on landing kinematics in jumping horses
  101. Progress in equine locomotion terminology
  102. Three-dimensional kinematics of the tarsal joint at the trot
  103. The effects of a rider's mass on ground reaction forces and fetlock kinematics at the trot
  104. Forelimb kinematics and net joint moments during the swing phase of the trot
  105. Comparison of the temporal kinematics of the canter pirouette and collected canter
  106. The effect of an acute hoof wall angulation on the stride kinematics of trotting horses
  107. Power flow in the equine forelimb
  108. In vitro attenuation of impact shock in equine digits
  109. Effect of walking velocity on forelimb kinematics and kinetics
  110. Hindlimb net joint energies during swing phase as a function of trotting velocity
  111. Kinematic analysis of successful and unsuccessful attempts to clear a water jump
  112. Factors that influence vertical velocity during take off over a water jump
  113. Influence of trotting and supplemental weight on metacarpal bone development
  114. Effects of weight carrying, exercise and a myo-anabolic supplement on growth and muscle
  115. Pressure on the horse’s withers with three styles of blanket
  116. Hindlimb response to tactile stimulation of the pastern and coronet
  117. Ground reaction forces and limb function in tölting Icelandic horses
  118. Effects of athletic taping of the fetlock on distal limb mechanics
  119. Verification of skin-based markers for 3-dimensional kinematic analysis of the equine tarsal joint
  120. Three-dimensional kinematic analysis of horses with induced tarsal synovitis
  121. Three-dimensional analysis of patterns of skin displacement over the equine radius
  122. Three-dimensional carpal kinematics of trotting horses
  123. Mepivacaine local anaesthetic duration in equine palmar digital nerve blocks
  124. Energetic and kinematic consequences of weighting the distal limb
  125. Usability of normal force distribution measurements to evaluate asymmetrical loading of the back of the horse and different rider positions on a standing horse
  126. Dressage training affects temporal variables in transitions between trot and halt
  127. Trunk deformation in the trotting horse
  128. Effects of trunk deformation on trunk center of mass mechanical energy estimates in the moving horse, Equus caballus
  129. Forces and pressures beneath the saddle during mounting from the ground and from a raised mounting platform
  130. Comparison of a joint coordinate system versus multi-planar analysis for equine carpal and fetlock kinematics
  131. Short-term habituation of equine limb kinematics to tactile stimulation of the coronet
  132. Is equitation science important to veterinarians?
  133. 3D kinematics of the equine metacarpophalangeal joint at walk and trot
  134. Stabilization of wrist position during horseback riding at trot
  135. Effect of standing tarsal angle on joint kinematics and kinetics
  136. Joint work and power for both the forelimb and hindlimb during trotting in the horse
  137. Locomotor mechanics of the tölt in Icelandic horses
  138. Head and body centre of mass movement in horses trotting on a circular path
  139. Kinematics of the equine temporomandibular joint
  140. Effects of different bits and bridles on frequency of induced swallowing in cantering horses
  141. Investigation of the Immediate Analgesic Effects of Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy for Treatment of Navicular Disease in Horses
  142. Radiographic study of bit position within the horse's oral cavity
  143. The reliability of force platform data from trotting horses
  144. The force plate: established technology, new applications
  145. Electromyographic analysis of the rider's muscles at trot
  146. CASE STUDY: Phenomenological Study of a University Horse Population for Research and Education1
  147. Effects of Offset-Normalizing Techniques on Variability in Motion Analysis Data
  148. Effect of detomidine on postural sway in horses
  149. Assessment of the reliability of a technique to measure postural sway in horses
  151. Temporal variables of four-beat, stepping gaits of gaited horses
  152. Calculated forelimb flexor tendon forces in horses with experimentally induced superficial digital flexor tendinitis and the effects of application of heel wedges
  153. Determination of hoof mass and centre of mass from morphological measurements
  154. Sensitivity of forelimb swing phase inverse dynamics to inertial parameter errors
  155. Effect of walking velocity on hindlimb kinetics during stance in normal horses
  156. The hindlimb in walking horses: 1. Kinematics and ground reaction forces
  157. The forelimb in walking horses: 2. Net joint moments and joint powers
  158. Temporal analysis of walk movements in the Grand Prix dressage test at the 1996 Olympic Games
  159. Electromyography in the horse in veterinary medicine and in veterinary research a review
  160. Time-motion analysis of show jumping competitions
  161. Linear kinematics of water jumping in Olympic show jumpers
  162. The potential role of the muscle in kinematic characteristics
  163. Time-motion analysis in the sport of dressage
  164. Physical fitness for the equine athlete
  165. Temporal characteristics of the fox trot, a symmetrical equine gait
  166. Comparison of the stride kinematics of the collected, working, medium and extended trot in horses
  167. Development of conditioning programs for dressage horses based on time-motion analysis of competitions
  168. A study of transitions between the trot and canter in dressage horses
  169. A Preliminary Study of Transitions between the Walk and Trot in Dressage Horses
  170. The Extended Canter: A Comparison of Some Kinematic Variables in Horses Trained for Dressage and for Racing
  171. Terminology for the description of equine jumping kinematics
  172. The effect of fence height and width on the limb placements of show jumping horses
  173. Kinematics of the cervical spine of the adult horse
  174. Cervical spinal kinematics: a comparison between foals and adult horses
  175. Cinematographic analysis of the gait of lame horses V: Fibrotic myopathy
  176. Cinematographic analysis of the gait of lame horses III: Fracture of the third carpal bone
  177. Cinematographic analysis of the gait of lame horses IV: Degenerative joint disease of the distal intertarsal joint
  178. Cinematographic analysis of the gait of lame horses II: Chronic sesamoiditis
  179. Cinematographic analysis of the gait of lame horses
  180. A fluoroscopic study of the position and action of different bits in the horse's mouth
  181. Natural infection with Dictyocaulus arnfieldi in pony and donkey foals
  182. Anthelmintic control of lungworm in donkeys
  183. The coughing horse
  184. Pathophysiological changes associated with Parascaris equorum infection in the foal
  185. Filaroides osieriinfection in the dog
  186. Equine parasite control using pyrantel embonate
  187. The migration and development of Parascaris equorum in the horse
  188. Efficacy of mebendazole against Dictyocaulus arnfieldi in the donkey
  189. Lungworm: (Dictyocaulus arnfieldi) infection in donkeys
  190. The development of immunity to Parascaris equorum infection in the foal
  191. Hepatic pathology of experimental Parascaris equorum infection in worm-free foals
  192. A pathological study of the lungs of foals infected experimentally with Parascaris equorum
  193. Clinical signs associated with parascaris equorum infection in worm-free pony foals and yearlings
  194. Experimental Parascaris equorum infection of foals
  195. A canine ovarian teratoma
  196. Foreign body obstruction of the small intestine of a foal