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The development of equestrianism from the baroque period to present days and its consequences for the welfare of horses.

Frank Odberg (UGent) and M BOUISSOU
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Odberg, Frank, and M BOUISSOU. “The Development of Equestrianism from the Baroque Period to Present Days and Its Consequences for the Welfare of Horses.” EQUINE VETERINARY JOURNAL SUPPL. 28 (1999): 26–30. Print.
APA
Odberg, F., & BOUISSOU, M. (1999). The development of equestrianism from the baroque period to present days and its consequences for the welfare of horses. EQUINE VETERINARY JOURNAL SUPPL., 28, 26–30.
Chicago author-date
Odberg, Frank, and M BOUISSOU. 1999. “The Development of Equestrianism from the Baroque Period to Present Days and Its Consequences for the Welfare of Horses.” Equine Veterinary Journal Suppl. 28: 26–30.
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Odberg, Frank, and M BOUISSOU. 1999. “The Development of Equestrianism from the Baroque Period to Present Days and Its Consequences for the Welfare of Horses.” Equine Veterinary Journal Suppl. 28: 26–30.
Vancouver
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Odberg F, BOUISSOU M. The development of equestrianism from the baroque period to present days and its consequences for the welfare of horses. EQUINE VETERINARY JOURNAL SUPPL. 1999;28:26–30.
IEEE
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F. Odberg and M. BOUISSOU, “The development of equestrianism from the baroque period to present days and its consequences for the welfare of horses.,” EQUINE VETERINARY JOURNAL SUPPL., vol. 28, pp. 26–30, 1999.
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  pages        = {26--30},
  title        = {The development of equestrianism from the baroque period to present days and its consequences for the welfare of horses.},
  volume       = {28},
  year         = {1999},
}