2019
DOI: 10.1111/evj.13162
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Abstract: When we hear 'gait analysis' we immediately think 'lameness'. This is not surprising because these technologies are used to measure values that relate to lameness, in both clinical and experimental setups. However, there are many other practical uses of equine quantitative gait that can be used in clinics and training centres with the goal of improving equine health and performance. Some may require more, and others less, advanced equipment and expertise, but all current technologies are aiming to become more … Show more

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“…The current main roles of the horse as a sport and leisure animal and the importance of its locomotor system performance is possibly the reason behind the difference in representations in scientific literature [ 100 ]. Moreover, equine quantitative gait analysis is not only limited to lameness studies; with many other practical uses in clinics and training centers with the goal of improving equine performance, optimizing training, and enhancing the horse-rider relationship [ 99 , 101 ]. In cows, however, as a livestock animal, lameness and identifying impaired locomotion remains the primary topics investigated using gait analysis technologies.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The current main roles of the horse as a sport and leisure animal and the importance of its locomotor system performance is possibly the reason behind the difference in representations in scientific literature [ 100 ]. Moreover, equine quantitative gait analysis is not only limited to lameness studies; with many other practical uses in clinics and training centers with the goal of improving equine performance, optimizing training, and enhancing the horse-rider relationship [ 99 , 101 ]. In cows, however, as a livestock animal, lameness and identifying impaired locomotion remains the primary topics investigated using gait analysis technologies.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The current main roles of the horse as a sport and leisure animal and the importance of its locomotor system performance is possibly the reason behind the difference in representations in scientific literature (99). Moreover, equine quantitative gait analysis is not only limited to lameness studies; with many other practical uses in clinics and training centers with the goal of improving equine performance, optimizing training, and enhancing the horse-rider relationship (98,100). In cows, however, as a livestock animal, lameness and identifying impaired locomotion remains the primary topics investigated using gait analysis technologies.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%