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Horses' adaption to the training over the racing season

Gregić, Maja; Baban, Mirjana; Bobić, Tina; Gantner, Vesna
Horses' adaption to the training over the racing season // ACS. Agriculturae conspectus scintificus, 82 (2017), 3; 293-297 doi:191844 (međunarodna recenzija, članak, znanstveni)

Horses' adaption to the training over the racing season

Gregić, Maja ; Baban, Mirjana ; Bobić, Tina ; Gantner, Vesna

ACS. Agriculturae conspectus scintificus (1331-7768) 82 (2017), 3; 293-297

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Radovi u časopisima, članak, znanstveni

Ključne riječi
Horses ; training ; heartbeat ; saliva

The aim of the paper was to show the adaptations possibilities of the younger horses in relation to older horses in training during the competition season. The training analysis has been conducted during the competition period in two repetitions (May and September). During these periods, horse training was followed in jumping in parkour. The study involved two groups: younger horses (inexperienced) that enter the inguinal equestrian sport and older horses (experienced) who supposed to achieve the full development of the motor movements on the parkour. Following parameters were examined: heart rate before, during and after jumping the parkour, the temperature of the seat, and concentrations of cortisol, glucose and lactate in saliva before and after jumping in the parkour. The study showed that the analysed physiological parameters of both horses groups decreased at the end of the competitive season compared to the start of the competitive season. The heart rate equally decreased in both groups of horses. The analysed physiological parameters in saliva were always higher in the younger group of horses compared to the older ones. Also, their concentration at the end of the competition season compared to season beginning decreased more. Monitored parameters in saliva horse recommend at assess the state of fitness with repeated sampling before and after exertion horses. Monitoring of the physiological parameters in horses saliva could be recommended for evaluation of the horses’ sports condition.

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