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Self Davies, Z T and Spence, A J and Wilson, A M (2019) Ground reaction forces of overground galloping in ridden Thoroughbred racehorses. JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY.

Usherwood, J R and Self Davies, Z T (2017) Work minimization accounts for footfall phasing in slow quadrupedal gaits. eLife, 6. e29495.

Self, Z T (2012) Helium breathing shows dolphins don't whistle. JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY, 215 (3). IV-V.

Self, Z T and Spence, A J and Wilson, A M (2012) Speed and incline during Thoroughbred horse racing: racehorse speed supports a metabolic power constraint to incline running but not to decline running. Journal of Applied Physiology, 113 (4). pp. 602-607.

Self, Z T (2012) Why don't woodpeckers get headaches? JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY, 215 (9). V-VI.

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Self, Z T and Spence, A J and Wilson, A M (2012) JUMP RACING: DO HORSES SLOW DOWN DUE TO A FORCE LIMIT? In: UNSPECIFIED.

Self, Z T and Spence, A J and Bowtell, M V and Wilson, A M (2009) DOES RUNNING DOWNHILL AFFECT MAXIMUM SPEED? In: UNSPECIFIED.

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