ARIONEO

We’ve committed ourselves to the improvement of performance, health and welfare of equine athletes
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THE EQUIMETRE  SOLUTION    

TRAINING MONITORING SENSORS

Collect cardio, locomotion and GPS data simultaneously and automatically.

VISUALISATION AND ANALYSIS PLATFORM

Intuitive and ergonomic, simply analyse your data collected during training.

PERSONAL DATA COACHING SERVICE

Learn how to use the solution and discuss your data with your Data Success Manager.

 CORPORATE  SOLUTIONS 

You have an ambitious project to improve the well-being and performance of athletic horses? Institutions, organisations and companies of the industry, we support your project by offering you our agility and skills for a tailor-made solution.

WHY  CHOOSE ARIONEO? 

SCIENTIFIC VALIDATION  & MEDICAL ACCURACY

To meet the needs of professionals and satisfy the requirements of the equine sector, we scientifically validate every breakthrough we make.

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PERSONALISED RELATIONSHIP

We have a unique relationship with each of our partners to leverage the power of data by confronting the numbers to their feelings and experience.

CONTINUOUS INNOVATION AND PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

We work in collaboration with our users. Our business model was thought to nourish our development by the experience of our customers who directly benefit from the improvements their feedback helped to build.

passionate team of professionals

PASSIONATE TEAM OF EXPERTS

Engineers, data scientists, developers, veterinary experts in sports medicine, and researchers contribute every day to the development of the sector and to the improvement of horses’ well being.

ARIONEO IN   NUMBERS 

entrainement monitoré

Trainings per month

présent à l'international

Countries on 5 continents

brevet internaitonaux

International Patents

USER  STORIES 

I equip Skalleti with Arioneo’s Equimetre to have data to support his rider’s opinion and of my gut as I am starting to know him quite well since I’ve been observing him for several years now. It is very useful to be able to refer to figures and confirm what we think of the horse.

Jérome Reynier

Racehorse trainer

Racing has always been a sports of opinions: that’s what it’s based on. I’ve always been wanting to push the boundaries of “why” that opinion is the right decision or the wrong decision. By curating a sports science division, we’ve made a commitment to this, and we’re already starting to see the results on the track.

Ciaron Maher

Australian trainer

Emmanuelle van Erck en train d'ausculter un cheval

Arioneo’s EQUIMETRE has established itself as a partner in the health and performance of the horse. The measurements quality is such that they can be used to establish a diagnosis of cardiac arrhythmia on the basis of the recorded electrocardiogram.

Dr. Emmanuelle van Erck

Equine veterinarian specialised in Sports Medicine, ESMP

I equip Skalleti with Arioneo’s Equimetre to have data to support his rider’s opinion and of my gut as I am starting to know him quite well since I’ve been observing him for several years now. It is very useful to be able to refer to figures and confirm what we think of the horse.

Jérome Reynier

Racehorse trainer

Racing has always been a sports of opinions: that’s what it’s based on. I’ve always been wanting to push the boundaries of “why” that opinion is the right decision or the wrong decision. By curating a sports science division, we’ve made a commitment to this, and we’re already starting to see the results on the track.

Ciaron Maher

Australian trainer

Being able to collect data and match this with our visual observations and the rider’s comments is fantastic. Not only does it back up our own observations, but it gives a clear picture of how a horse is progressing and how they compare to previous preparations.

Clarken Racing

Australian racing stable

Emmanuelle van Erck en train d'ausculter un cheval

Arioneo’s EQUIMETRE has established itself as a partner in the health and performance of the horse. The measurements quality is such that they can be used to establish a diagnosis of cardiac arrhythmia on the basis of the recorded electrocardiogram.

Dr. Emmanuelle van Erck

Equine veterinarian specialised in Sports Medicine, ESMP

OUR  RECENT ARTICLES 

The benefits of treadmill training on racehorses

This article analyses the treadmill’s influence on racehorse training, spanning from the physiological impact to the practical uses of this equipment, while discussing its limits.

User Story – Sam Freedman’s experience with Equimetre

Sam Freedman, racehorse trainer in Australia, has been using the Equimetre for the past year. Why did he decide to gather data? He agreed to tell us more about his experience with Equimetre.

How to integrate a training monitoring tool into your stable?

Monitoring the training of your racehorses allows you to optimize the work and to perform a medical follow-up. Discover in this article how new technologies can help you to realize this follow-up in a relevant way.

The athletic horse’s medical follow-up: which benefits?

Bringing a horse to its maximum potential, while respecting its physical integrity, is a long road. In this article, you will discover why it is perhaps interesting to set up a medical-sportive follow-up, as well as recommendations to optimize its implementation.

User Story – Nathalie Wiklund’s experience with Equimetre

Nathalie Wiklund is a Swedish racehorse trainer who started working in the racing industry at the age of 15. She has been using Equimetre since February 2021 and you can read more about her experience in this article!

When and how to detect your young horses’ locomotor profile?

Knowing your young horses' locomotor profile and natural acceleration strategy is the first step in detecting...

Young racehorses’ recovery

Young horses do not have the same recovery patterns as older horses, even for equal intensity training or between two horses with equivalent fitness. Indeed, young horses have a less efficient heart and must adapt their muscular and neurological systems to the training conditions. They need time to adapt before they can recover properly. The evaluation of recovery in young horses is therefore done differently. How do recovery data differ between young horses and adult horses? How do you assess it?

What link between heart rate and locomotor profile?

Here is the case of a young horse preparing for a Breeze-up sales. He won two 1200m races in three starts, during the end of his 2yo year. The analysis of his data shows a very low heart rate that we will explain thanks to the analysis of his locomotor profile and an ultrasound of his heart.

Muscular physiology in the athletic horse

Muscular physiology in the horse athlete is an important factor to study when interested in his training. Indeed, the muscles participate in various functions essential to the horse’s life (breathing, digestion…) and to its adaptation to the surrounding environment. The muscles are part of the different components that contribute to the performance of the horse athlete as they fulfill locomotion purposes: a horse that is ideally muscled will have a better chance of winning a race.

7 reasons to use Equimetre

Equimetre is a sensor dedicated to health and performance management thanks to heart rate data, GPS data (speed, acceleration, distance) and locomotion data. Discover how this device gives you the keys to empower your expertise with tangible data.

Does sex of the jockey influence racehorse physiology and performance?

Discover the first study to assess the influence of the jockey’s sex on a racehorse’s performance and physiology.