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Tuesday, May 31, 2005

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There is no question that British-based software from Equinalysis has opened people's eyes to looking at horse's loading patterns for clues to lameness or performance problems.

"Landing vs. loading" is the new "static vs dynamic" debate among farriers. And the new software is being used by both camps to pile up the evidence.

Now high speed video is entering the arena...literally, in some cases. Hunter stride kinetics, Thoroughbred stride length, and out of the gate collection can now be looked at under a (very expensive) microscope.

Watch Hoofcare & Lameness and for new developments in this area, along with important new research from Europe on the inconsistency of stride characteristics in high level performance horses.

(Photo: three frames from a high speed video of a jumper landing, courtesy of Lameness Solutions)

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