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20 years of research on the horse: challenges and strategies for the future


, : 20 years of research on the horse: challenges and strategies for the future. Equ' idee Bulletin d' Information sur les Equides (15): 39-53

This paper is a general discussion of research on horses, as reported in the Journees de la Recherche Equine, in respect of genetic improvement, reproduction, nutrition, pathology, veterinary studies on sporting horses, and socio-economic aspects.

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