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From: Monitoring training response in young Friesian dressage horses using two different standardised exercise tests (SETs)

Fig. 1

BLA concentration difference between SETA and SETB. Mean BLA and SD are depicted and significant differences (P < 0.05) are marked by an asterix. Analysis of the BLA in SETA and SETB revealed that the blood lactic acid time profile significantly differed between the two different SETs. Mean BLA levels after canter1 and after canter 2 were significantly higher in week 2, week 4 and week 6 in SETA, in which the horses canter nonstop during 4 min, when compared to SETB, in which the workload was similar but more gait variation was applied

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