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A field study of oxygen consumption and estimated energy expenditure in the exercising horse






Acta Veterinaria Brno 70(2): 133-139

A field study of oxygen consumption and estimated energy expenditure in the exercising horse

The major goal of this study was to estimate the aerobic and anaerobic contribution to energy expenditure in the running warm-blooded horse under field conditions. The oxygen consumption (VO2) in 12 saddle horses was determined at rest, walk, trot and canter and in 6 horses at gallop. In the 10 min immediately following exercise, the relative oxygen debt (RD-VO2) was measured.


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