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Mental Health in Equestrian Sport

Hannah Butler-Coyne, Vaithehy Shanmuganathan-Felton, and Jamie Taylor

positive stride forward, mental health research and practical support within sporting domains where there are unique sporting factors associated with increased risk (i.e., physical harm and/or life threatening/changing injuries) continues to be lacking ( Rice et al., 2018 ). Equestrian sport is referred

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Self-Reported Physical Activity and Perception of Athleticism in American Equestrian Athletes

Michaela M. Keener, Kimberly I. Tumlin, and Deirdre Dlugonski

40 years. 16 , 17 Unique to equestrian sport, competitive Olympians range in age from 16 to 72 years. This range exemplifies the span in which equestrian athletes participate in high-performance events. Given the prevalence of individuals, especially females, who are engaging in equestrian

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“It Looks Good on Paper, But It Was Never Meant to Be Real”: Mixed-Gender Events in the Paralympic Movement

Nikolaus A. Dean, Andrea Bundon, P. David Howe, and Natalie Abele

debut at the 1996 Atlanta Games. The sport is managed by the International Federation for Equestrian Sports, which currently operates as the international governing body for all equestrian sport. One notable ruling implemented by the Federation for Equestrian Sports across both the Olympic and