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Changes in Salivary Cortisol Concentration in Horses during Different Types of Exercise
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 Title & Authors
Changes in Salivary Cortisol Concentration in Horses during Different Types of Exercise
Kang, Ok-Deuk; Lee, Wang-Shik;
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 Abstract
This study aimed to estimate the change of stress level in horses based on cortisol concentration levels in their saliva. A total of 61 horses were divided into the following three groups: i) tourist riding experience (TR, n
 Keywords
Animal Welfare;Horse;Riding Experience;Stress;Salivary Cortisol;
 Language
English
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