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Bioregulatory approach to stimulating sport horses

K. O. Skoryk, S. V. Girin, S. Е. Kokish, І. І. Tatsyuk, O. V. Dobrovolskyi
Scientific Messenger of LNU of Veterinary Medicine and Biotechnologies , Volume 23, pp 31-35; doi:10.32718/nvlvet-a9406

Abstract: The presented work presents the results of the effectiveness of the bioregulatory approach in stimulating sports horses. The aim of the study was to find a way to safely restore the energy balance and prevent the occurrence of inflammatory processes in the musculoskeletal system during significant physical exertion. Sport horses spend a lot of energy not only in competition, but also during daily training. Such loads require a high supply of energy. Often the body uses its last reserves to compensate for its energy needs, which leads to exhaustion and the appearance of various diseases. First of all, diseases occur in the musculoskeletal system, because it is the limbs that bear the greatest load during training. As you know, various synthetic doping is introduced to keep animals in a sporty tone. Their action is not long-lasting, but it has many side effects for the animal's body and leads to disruption of the functioning of organs and systems. Today, there is an alternative to such stimulation methods thanks to a bioregulatory approach in the treatment of animals using preparations containing exclusively natural ingredients. To confirm the effectiveness of the use of bioregulatory drugs, clinical and laboratory studies of animal blood (general, biochemical, cytochemical) were carried out. The main changes in laboratory parameters were obtained by cytochemical analysis of such enzymes as GPDH, SDH. These enzymes are among the main indicators of the intensity of energy metabolism in the horse's body. The quantitative composition of basophils and eosinophils has also changed, which indicates a decrease in the level of the inflammatory process in the body of experimental animals. The results obtained prove the effectiveness of the investigated drugs and their direct influence on the energy balance of the “horse-athlete”. Thanks to the natural composition of the components of the preparations used, side effects on the body can be avoided and used without restrictions throughout the horse's sports career.
Keywords: energy balance / animals / side effects / functioning / inflammatory process / treatment / horses / thanks / preparations used

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