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02-24-2003, 11:34 PM
Hello All,

Laurelyn Keener is a Biology student with an interest in dressage
(equestrian sport). She is interested in implementing a research
project that would investigate rider-horse interactions (kinematic
analysis). She sent me the following message seeking your suggestions.
You can email your responses directly to her at keen0070@d.umn.edu

Here is her message:

> I am currently researching equine kinematics and am intrigued by the
> findings of Cano et. al (1998) dealing with the change in horse
> locamotion with age. I am also interested in horse-rider interactions,
> but have not been able to find references to this other than the short
> study conducted by Peham et. al (2001). Does anyone know of any
> further studies that could point me in the right direction? Thank you
> in advance for your suggestions.
> ____________________________________
> Laurelyn E. Keener
> "It's amazing how much we can accomplish if we are always doing."
> -Thomas Jefferson

Thank you.

Morris Levy

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