By Arno Lindner
This e-book includes specialized details at the foodstuff and coaching of the pony. sensible tricks might be drawn from reports exhibiting how apes illustrate to us vegetation that have medicinal houses which may then be utilized to equine remedy and now have an impression in nutraceuticals. Overviews are given at the capability of overall combined rations for the way forward for horse feeding and the sensible feeding of overweight horses and ponies. nutrients issues are given to prevent health conditions. equipment used for functionality prognosis and coaching assistance of human athletes are utilized the following to equine administration. furthermore, education innovations which decrease the chance of again damage within the horse are explored and a overview of the riders interplay with the pony is supplied. useful dietary info received via examine is utilized to all elements of dealing with patience racehorses. eventually, accelerated abstracts of unique study are supplied in very different fields of foodstuff and coaching of horses. All these involved in education, using and feeding within the equine will enjoy the contents.
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These exercises were done within the last month and two weeks minimum before the competition. YPPMERH and not on hard surfaces, in order to limit concussions and avoid joint injuries. Horse walker: as there is limited scientiﬁc data about the use and the potential beneﬁts of horse walker (Parkins, 2009), we followed professional trainers’ recommendations and ﬁeld practices. Our horses were walked one hour at 7 km/h ﬁve days a week, 3 months prior to and all along the training period, in addition (and not substitution) of the basal training.
The critical point in practice is simply the lack of objective information on feed composition. Roughage should represent a minimum of 60% of dietary dry matter, in most cases ~80%. It is evident that information about this part of the ration is a leading factor. If missed, concentrate selection in particular for high performance horses remains imprecise or even risky. ■ The quantity of roughage is a problem of ﬁrst order in feeding practice (see points 1-3 above). g. grain) is more uniform or has been even analyzed.
The training season should theoretically match competitive season which takes place between March and October in France. In practice, our start was delayed due to the cold climate during winter in our region. As the outdoor tracks were frozen and slippery, our training program could not start before March-April. So our horses had a resting period from December to March-April, and began competition in June. Three different kinds of exercises Outdoor rides: contrary to other equestrian sports where horses are trained on racetracks or in arenas (Clayton, 1991; Authié, 2009), endurance training happens outdoor with rides in trails.