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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.»

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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.»

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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.

Breaks in racehorses: how to proceed?

The break in a racehorse is a period of rest. With performance being the key to success, the importance of a proper break for horses may arise. In this article, we will explore in detail the concept of the ‘break’ in racehorses and explain why it is a crucial element in maximising their performance.

Michael Keady’s Equimetre experience

We had the chance to talk with Michael Keady, co trainer at Murphy and Keady Racing. He shared with us his experience with Equimetre, and how he integrated it into their daily work with horses.

Tom Fanshawe’s Equimetre experience

We had the chance to talk with Tom Fanshawe, assistant trainer for James Fanshawe in Newmarket. He shared with us his experience with Equimetre, and how he integrated it into their daily work with horses.

Muscle memory in the athletic horse

During training, the horse engages what is known as his muscle memory, so that his muscles are able to carry out the effort almost automatically. However, the source of this memory is not in the muscle, but in the brain.

Equimetre feature #1 – The comparison tool

The comparison tool, designed for quick and easy use, will enable you to analyse your horses under similar training conditions simply by selecting the same training day, the same type of work or the same intensity.

Locomotion data: what’s in it for the day-to-day work?

Locomotion data helps us to understand how a horse moves around the track, providing valuable information about its physical ability, fitness and potential. Every horse has its own stride, and the way in which its canter is constructed varies little throughout its life. By looking at the parameters of cadence and amplitude at a fixed speed, we can obtain indications of a horse’s theoretical preferred distance.

Weather conditions: how do they affect the performance of racehorses?

Weather conditions play a significant role in the performance of racehorses. Whether it’s temperature, humidity, wind speed and direction, precipitation or atmospheric pressure, each factor can influence a horse’s performance on the track.

Conditioning of the athletic horse

The conditioning of the athletic horse takes place through physiological changes. During training, the body adapts to the loads applied to his various skeletal, muscular and cardiovascular systems.
How do these different systems adapt? What is the purpose of their conditioning?

Roxane and Laurent’s experience – Écurie des Carrés

We had the chance to talk to Roxane and Laurent, owners and riders at the Écurie des Carrés, which offers breaking-in, pre-training and sales preparation. They share with us their experience with Equimetre, and how they integrate it into their daily work with horses.

Fitness markers: what should you look for in a racehorse?

A racehorse’s recovery is one of the main indicators of its state of fitness. Analysed alongside the intensity of the work required, heart rate (HR) is an excellent indicator of the intensity of the effort made by the horse and its recovery after the effort. An optimal state of fitness is shown by the ease with which the horse recovers after exertion.