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Is training data predictive of race performance?

Is training data predictive of race performance?

Every trainer and racehorse wants to be the best in the few minutes after the starting gates open. What if we told you that data may help anticipate a horse’s performance, or at the very least give a horse’s trainer and owner more confidence on the racetrack?

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Equine Physiology

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Standardbreds

EQUINE PHYSIOLOGY

ECG of the athletic horse

The electrocardiogram (known as ECG) is a veterinary tool that records the electrical activity of the heart. It allows to investigate and monitor the heart function of the horse by displaying the electrical activity of the heart.

RACEHORSE TRAINING MONITORING

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.

Equimetre: how does this black device work?

What is the secret of this black device that can measure data on your racehorses to calculate over 300 parameters dedicated to health and performance management? Find out all you need to know about the components of the equimetre sensor.

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EQUINE HEALTH & SCIENCE

YOUNG RACEHORSES MONITORING

Young racehorses’ recovery

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?

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Standarbreds

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Speed

Young racehorses

STANDARDBREDS TRAINING

TESTIMONIALS

User Story – Peter Muscutt’s experience with Equimetre

South African racehorse trainer, Peter Muscutt and his assistant trainer Mark R Naidoo agreed to share their experience regarding their data analysis journey.

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.

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!

Equimetre Testimonial | Philip Antonacci’s Experience

In the United States, Philip Antonacci is a thoroughbred racehorse trainer who has a stable of about 25 horses. He has been an Equimetre customer since June 2021, and he told us more about his experience with the platform and product.

Equimetre Testimonial | Fergal Birrane’s experience

Fergal Birrane is a racehorse trainer in Killala, on the west coast of Ireland. Equimetre User since 2020, he told us more about his experience.