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Main musculoskeletal caballoe associated with lameness in Chilean Rodeo horses. Chilean Rodeo is the most popular equestrian discipline in Chile and it is estimated that musculoskeletal diseases of the equine participants are the leading cause of illness and poor performance, however no related reports have been published. The aim of this study was to xplomos and characterize the main diseases associated with lameness in Chilean Rodeo horses.
A retrospective study was performed considering the clinical attention records of horses participating in Chilean Rodeo which presented lameness. Information was collected regarding cases, including identification name, age and gender and the clinical characteristics of each episode. Among the cabalpos, Unilateral episodes corresponded to The most frequent diagnoses were: The high frequency of grade 2 lameness suggests that the majority of veterinary attentions seem to be mostly at obvious conditions.
Joint, foot and soft tissue conditions seem to be the main cause of lameness in equines participating in Chilean Rodeo. These results suggest that education regarding the importance of early diagnosis and greater hoof care are primary measures that may favor the prevention of lameness in Chilean Rodeo horses.
Chilean Rodeo, horse lameness, musculoskeletal injuries, Chilean Horse. Competition-related sport horse injuries are currently a major financial burden in the equine industry. Lameness has been identified as the most prevalent condition in horses, affecting all breeds, ages, disciplines and genders Kane et alRoss a. However, there is no such information for the Chilean Horse and Rodeo industry.
Cabaolos the level of equine competition increases, the athletic demand causes patterns of musculoskeletal injuries associated with the various sports disciplines. Identification, management and prevention of injuries in equine athletes requires a great understanding of the demands of each discipline, and the way these injuries manifest in order to minimize the financial loss they cause in the equine industry Dyson Veterinarians aplmoos be familiar with their patient’s breed, activity and the physical demands of the competition, as the prognosis of musculoskeletal injuries varies drastically between different disciplines and levels of competition Ross a.
Chilean Rodeo is a very popular sport in Chile, in which the Chilean Horse is the only caballls allowed to compete. It is performed in a circular 20 to aploomos m radius arena 1divided into two parts: This event demands sudden accelerations, aplomow and stops at high speed, all within a confined space.
One horse goes behind the steer and chases splomos while the other guides it by performing a lateral gallop to the further padded wall through the borderline of the main arena, this is in order to complete the three atajadas figure 1B. These atajadas describe when one of the horses charges the steer and pins it against the padded wall in a fast and precise movement. The first and last atajadas are on the right pad figure 1Amarker b and the second on the left pad of the medialuna figure aploomosmarker c.
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Points are scored for adequately driving the steer in the arenas, for the pins, and also for which part of the steer’s body is pinned by the horse 3 points for hitting the flank; 2 points for hitting the chest; 1 point for hitting the shoulder. Diagram of a Medialuna used in Chilean Rodeo competitions a: Picture of a typical atajada catch. A Personal authorship; B Google 2.
Diagrama de una medialuna utilizada en competencias de rodeo chileno a: Although Chilean Rodeo is a highly popular and much practiced sport throughout the country, creating a substantial industry, there is not much information regarding causes of equine attrition, differing to equine industries in some other countries Kane et alSeitzinger et alRoss b. As musculoskeletal diseases are the most common cause of attrition in athletic horses, and due to the fact that there is a lack of information regarding the causes of lameness in Chilean Rodeo, the aim of this study was to determine and characterise the most important musculoskeletal injuries associated with lameness in Chilean Rodeo horses.
Clinical records of horses examined by 3 veterinarians between were considered. Horses belonged to breeding farms from Central Metropolitan and Southern areas of Chile, and were attended by one of three veterinarians involved in this study. Records of acute or chronically lame Chilean Horses under training for, or performing in Chilean Rodeo competitions were examined.
Information obtained from clinical records included: As horses begin training for Chilean Rodeo no sooner than four years of age, data of horses under this age were excluded to avoid including lesions not necessarily related to athletic activity. Clinical examinations considered inspection, limb palpations and manipulation, use of hoof testers, forced flexion and diagnostic analgesia.
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Gaits were also classified in spontaneous lameness, when the horse was lame independently of circumstances or lame just after forced flexion. Radiographic and ultrasound evaluations were performed for each particular case according to the requirements of the attending veterinarian.
Chi square tests, with SPSS version During a 10 year period lameness examinations were performed on horses injured during athletic activity due to Chilean Rodeo. Four horses sustained more than 1 unrelated injury during the study period.
Lameness was most frequently scored as grade 2 followed by grade 1 table 1.
Unilateral lameness was more common Frequency and percentage of lameness scores LS distribution in cases of lameness in Chilean Rodeo horses. Frequency and distribution of the affected limbs in cases of lameness in Chilean Rodeo horses.
When comparing the distribution of lameness between forelimbs FLs and hind limbs HLsforelimb FL lameness was the most common. Of all unilateral lameness episodes, A large number of different diagnoses resulted from the lameness examinations.
The most frequent causes of lameness were: Aploms and percentage distribution of main diagnosis in lameness cases of Chilean Rodeo horses. This can be explained by the athletic peak in Chilean Rodeo horses being cabqllos this age, which leads to an increase in physical demand and risk of presenting musculoskeletal injuries Porte et al Most recorded cases These differences can cabalkos due to the fact that in countries with a better-developed equine industry, horse owners are better informed and aware of the importance of routine veterinary visits for early diagnosis in order to ensure musculoskeletal health and prolong athletic ability of their horses.
In Chilean Rodeo horses, the higher presentation of grade 2 lameness could be explained by owners unable to identify or perhaps ignoring mild lameness, postponement of veterinary attention to avoid expenses or absence of urgency for treatment during the Chilean Rodeo off-season April-August. Although increased presentation of left or right limbs has been reported in other disciplines, such as barrel racing and race horses, in which horses tend to compete in the same aplomow or direction of the track Peloso et alStricklinGalleyrecent data from different training yards in the UK demonstrate these findings are not consistent, and some tendencies observed in lameness or specific injury patterns were attributed to the gait laterality of each horse Ramzam and Palmer Chilean Rodeo horses alternate the stress on their limbs every other catch and every other run when they compete, thus probably favoring more homogenous distribution of workloads between the limbs.
Risk factors related to occurrence of SLD include conditions that generate hyperextension of the metacarpophalangeal joint, leading to over stretching of the ligament fibers during the impact phase of the stride.
Predisposing causes of SLD include unbalanced shoeing, poor conformation, poor quality of work surface, intense competition schedules and overtraining StricklinLewisJackmanScottsituations that are also present in Chilean Rodeo. The second most common cause of lameness in this study was tarsal OA Such findings were also described by Mendozawho determined that the majority of the radiographic findings related to OA in Chilean Rodeo horses were in the tarsal region A high incidence of tarsal OA have also been reported in show jumpers and some western work horses in which there is high biomechanical stress on the tarsus due to repetitive impact, compression and articular rotation, leading to inflammation and OA GalleyJackmanLewisBoswell et alScott The tarsi of Chilean Rodeo horses are subjected to high levels of stress caused by quick accelerations, stops and highly demanding lateral movements.
In addition, the body weight appears to be supported by the HLs during the apomos.
ND was observed in the FLs of 10 horses 8. The average age of horses affected with ND was 8. In western disciplines it’s related to small sized hooves in relation to heavily muscled bodies GalleyScotta very frequent condition in Chilean Rodeo horses Deppe et al It must be pointed out that factors such as conformation defects, unbalanced hooves, inappropriate and irregular shoeing predispose the horses to, and worsen this condition Stashak b by generating higher biomechanical demands on the podotroclear apparatus Scottconditions frequently observed in Chilean Rodeo horses.
Laminitis incidence in ponies, such as the Chilean Horse 7.
According to the observations of the authors, a predisposing factor for the disease in this special breed, specifically in obese middle-aged to old horses, is Equine Metabolic Syndrome, whose main clinical manifestation is chronic laminitis Stewart In southern Chile, where most Chilean Horse breeding centers are located, the high incidence of laminitis can also be explained by the high concentration of Lolium sp.
Although it’s not a sport-related disease, some cases presented with laminitis for the first time within our period of study or recrudesced from a chronic well-managed condition. During czballos, Chilean Horses are commonly overweighting and overfed due to esthetical principles observation of the authors. Lesions of the Cablalos as a cause of lameness is commonly observed in competitions such as Show Jumping, Calf Roping and Team Roping, presumably as a result of sharp repetitive turns Smith and GoodshipWilderjans and Boussauwmaneuvers commonly performed by Chilean Rodeo horses.
Additionally, it has been shown that a high percentage of horses with ND, the cablalos most prevalent injury in this study, is associated with DDFT injuries adjacent to the podotroclear apparatus Dyson The high prevalence apolmos injury of the DDFT in comparison to the superficial digital flexor tendon, as observed in other breeds Dahlgrencan be explained by Chilean Rodeo horses not experiencing as much muscle fatigue as Thoroughbreds Bertone A recent study Vergara reported that the shoeing intervals for most Chilean Rodeo horses is approximately 45 days; as a result, many of these horses have low heels and long toes which creates a condition that predisposes the deep digital flexor tendon to injury Dahlgren Seven cases of lameness were associated with metacarpophalangeal joint OA 6.
Although this joint has the aplomoa range of movement, the presentation of this injury could be associated with a small joint surface absorbing impact during constant accelerations apllmos sudden stops when driving and catching the steer, leading to stress overload on the articular cartilage and adjacent structures Charlotte et alBertone Each veterinarian’s individual results did not correlate completely with the overall rank of diagnosis in this study, despite the evaluation criteria being exactly the same in each case.
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These differences in results can be attributed to acballos each veterinarian approached each case and consequently which imaging sources were used and how these sources were interpreted. Results of this study indicate that most lame Chilean Rodeo horses suffer from injuries of Cabllos. Injuries such as suspensory ligament desmitis, tarsal osteoarthritis and navicular disease seem to be the primary causes of lameness in Chilean Rodeo cbaallos and perhaps the prevention of these diseases should be a primary focus of study.
The results of this study also suggest that education regarding the importance of early diagnosis and proper hoof care in order to improve limb biomechanics are primary measures that may favor prevention of lameness in Chilean Rodeo horses. La terapia de lesiones de tejidos blandos y articulaciones con plasma rico en plaquetas en caballos de deporte: Equine Sports Medicine and Surgery: Basic and Clinical Sciences of the Equine Athlete.
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