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Collect cardio, locomotion and GPS data simultaneously and automatically.


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


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


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ciaron maher uses equimetre

Ciaron Maher 

🇦🇺 Australia | +500 horses

«Every sport in the world has improved with sport science and I always thought horse racing should be no different. The data is something that doesn’t lie. Racing has always been a sport 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 see the results on the track.»

david menuisier uses equimetre

David Menuisier 

🇬🇧 United Kingdom | 50 horses

«It can explain sometimes a poor performance. We got a new rider who started in March, April, maybe. Because of that system, I could tell you that he used to go far too fast to gather momentum and so his horses would kind of not do their best here, where it matters. At least you can actually put data and put science into what was wrong and correct it very quickly. This is a short run benefit of Arioneo.»

mikel delzangles utilise Equimetre

Douglas Whyte

🇭🇰 Hong Kong | +60 horses

« It never lies to you. I can pick up on a problem way before it becomes a problem. People ask me why I still ride, and that’s one of the reasons I still ride because the beauty of it is if I can feel something out and I can go back and pick it up on a computer it’s just so satisfying, you know, two minds are better than one


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.

Heart murmur and performance: are they compatible?

The cardiovascular system can be compared to a huge orchestra, and the presence of any structural defect can alter the functioning of the system and throw the orchestra out of harmony. A heart murmur is added to the initially audible heartbeat and becomes a false note in the orchestra, requiring the trainer to intervene on several levels.

EQUIMETRE 2.0 | Our sensor’s big changes

In Equimetre 2.0, Arioneo’s Chief Technical Officer Thomas tells us about the changes made in this new sensor version.

Racing Management: how to include data in your entry strategy in 5 easy steps

Data can help backing up your feeling but also guiding logical and rigorous decisions. Here are 5 steps that you can incorporate to your entry strategy.

The use of treadmills, Romane Borrione’s vision

Romane Borrione, a performance and data analyst specializing in racehorses delves into the topic of treadmill training.

Equine Data Revolution: Insights from Dr. Michelle Nihei

The 8th edition of the Cauthen Seminar, on January 22, 2023, explored the convergence of horse racing, training philosophy, and advanced data science. Dr. Michelle Nihei, a distinguished racehorse trainer and Ph.D., delivered a compelling presentation shedding light on “Hoofprints and Philosophy” – Perspectives from Racing and Training.

Trevor Andrews’s Equimetre experience

We were lucky to interview thoroughbred trainer Trevor Andrews regarding his utilization of EQUIMETRE.

Xavier and Louis Blanchet’s Equimetre experience

We had the chance to talk with Xavier and Louis Blanchet, trainers in Chantilly. They shared with us their experience with EQUIMETRE, and how they integrated it into their daily work with horses.

The challenges of the horse racing industry

Horse racing is one of the world’s oldest sports. With the sport trapped inside its conventional framework and developing laws and values, it is clear that this sector is increasingly struggling to adapt, flourish, and progress. What are the horse racing industry’s strengths and weaknesses?

The role of data in racehorse pre-training

Racehorse pre-training increases the likelihood of success on the track. To maximize the performance of young athletes, racehorse trainers understand the necessity of developing muscle strength, boosting general fitness, and providing proper ground work.

Equine welfare: a major challenge for the racing industry

Horse racing has a long history and a strong cultural tradition in many parts of the world. However, today’s horse racing industry faces a major challenge: combining the excitement and emotion of competition with equine welfare. A number of initiatives are being implemented to promote more responsible practices, such as retirement and retraining programs and stronger doping restrictions.