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How to analyse the recovery of an eventing horse?

How to analyse the recovery of an eventing horse?

In eventing horses, recovery is an important factor to consider. It provides a detailed indicator of the horse’s fitness at any one time, but it also tracks his evolution to assess if the training is effective and suitable for him.

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Muscular physiology in the athletic horse

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.

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RACEHORSE TRAINING MONITORING

How to analyse the recovery of an eventing horse?

How to analyse the recovery of an eventing horse?

In eventing horses, recovery is an important factor to consider. It provides a detailed indicator of the horse’s fitness at any one time, but it also tracks his evolution to assess if the training is effective and suitable for him.

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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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How can data improve your experience as a racehorse owner?

How can data improve your experience as a racehorse owner?

Owning a racehorse is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Seeing your horse run under your colors on a racecourse is priceless. This is an exciting and emotional time! With the emergence of data in the equine sector, this experience has become even more immersive. As a racehorse owner, data allows you to follow your horses’ careers and get involved in their training more closely.

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What link between heart rate and locomotor profile?

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.

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EQUINE HEALTH & SCIENCE

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

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.

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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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