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A Locomotive Analysis on Forelimbs` Movement According to Change in Velocity of Horses` Quadruped Cadence
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A Locomotive Analysis on Forelimbs` Movement According to Change in Velocity of Horses` Quadruped Cadence
Hyun, Seung-Hyun; Ryew, Che-Cheong;
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 Abstract
Objective : The purposes of this study was to analyze the locomotive movement of forelimbs according to changes in velocities in the quadruped cadence of horses. Methods : Horses selected as subjects consisted of Jeju pony horses (heights of withers: ). Two camcorders (HDR-HC7/HDV 1080i, Sony Corp, Japan) were used to capture the movement of the horses` forelimbs at a rate of 60 frames/sec. Additionally, raw data was collected from Kwon3D XP motion analysis package ver 4.0 program (Visol, Korea) with DARTFISH (DFKREA., Korea) video software solution. The variables analyzed consisted of 1 step lengths, 1 stride lengths, stance time, swing time, 1 stride time, velocity while walking, and trot of the horses. A two-way ANOVA and paired t-test of the variables by velocity and phase were treated at .05 level of significant difference, statistically. Results : The time elapsed of walk(stance: 0.63 sec[63.86%], swing: 0.35 sec[36.14%], 1 stride time: 0.99 sec respectively) showed significant difference with more delay than that of trot(stance: 0.29 sec[45.73%], swing: 0.34 sec[54.27% ], 1 stride time: 0.63 sec respectively), and also showed significant difference at trot in interaction (stance time>tort swing>walk swing>walk stance). The 1 step lengths and stride lengths in trot showed significant difference with longer than that of walk. Velocity of Trot showed significant difference statistically with higher than that of walk Conclusion : The horses` velocity during 1 step lengths and 1 stride lengths showed a proportional relationship, but the correlation between the horses` velocity and stance time showed a negative relationship during the quadruped cadence.
 Keywords
Jeju pony horses;Cadence;Forelimb;Locomotion;Quadruped;
 Language
Korean
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