Equine Research Publications
Read more about the research projects being conducted through our program from their published findings:
Duberstein, K.J., Johnson, E.L., and A. Whitehead. 2013. Effect of shortening breakover at the toe on gait kinematics at the walk and trot. Journal of Equine Veterinary Science. Volume 33(11); pgs. 930-36.
Huguet, E.E. and K.J. Duberstein. 2012. Effect of steel and aluminum shoes on forelimb kinematics in stock type horses as measured at the trot. Journal of Equine Veterinary Science. Volume 32(5), pgs 262-267.
Duberstein, K.J. and J.A. Gilkeson. 2010. Determination of sex differences in personality and trainability of yearling horses utilizing a handler questionnaire. Applied Animal Behaviour Science. Volume 128(1-4), pgs 57-63.
Duberstein, K.J., S.E. Johnson, L.R. McDowell and E.A. Ott. February 2009. Effects of vitamin E supplementation and training on oxidative stress parameters measured in exercising horses. Comparative Exercise Physiology. Volume 6(1), pp. 17-25.
Duberstein, K.J., S.E. Johnson, L.R. McDowell and E.A. Ott. February 2009. Protein carbonyl assay to measure oxidative stress in muscle of exercising horses supplemented with vitamin E. Comparative Exercise Physiology. Volume 6(1), pp. 1-5.
R.A. Fayrer-Hosken, N.S. Hill, G.L. Heusner, W. Traylor-Wiggins, and K. Turner. 2013. The effects of ergot alkaloids on the breeding stallion reproductive system. Equine Vet. J. (in press)