The Equestic App gives you a clear overview of your training intensity per training. Decide on the best training regime for optimum performance and maximum horse welfare.
Training on left and right rein
The Equestic SaddleClip tracks exactly how much time you spent on the left or right rein. Tracking takes place in real time, so you can monitor and adjust your activity if necessary.
The equestic SaddleClip monitors how much time you spend walking, trotting and cantering. So you can make sure that you meet your training goals and do what you set out to do.
The Equestic SaddleClip measures and analyses the tempo per gait (in BPM). It provides an insight into your horse’s base tempo and tempo variation. Each horse has its own optimum tempo. As riders we all strive to make this as constant as possible.
As your horse becomes more collected, it will create more cadence leading to more elevation. The SaddleClip analyses how this evolves over longer periods of time, giving you more precise and objective insight.
No horse or person is 100% symmetrical. As riders, our job is to try and make our horse more symmetrical. That requires very good feeling. How can you be sure your feeling is correct? Is your horse really getting more symmetrical or more asymmetrical? Equestic analyses your horse’s symmetry after each training and compares the data to previous training sessions. You gain unique insight into the development of your horse’s symmetry and detect minute changes long before you feel or see them. And that’s great news for horse and rider!
The Equestic SaddleClip measures all transitions you make. Not just the amount of transitions but exactly how often you make each specific transition. How often did you train canter to walk? What transition do you ride the most? Have you ever counted them? You might be surprised…
The Equestic SaddleClip tracks the number of jumps you do and you can see how many you did on the left or right rein. So you can ensure that your training is well balanced.
Go back in time and review all your training sessions through the calendar. For each training you’ll be able to recall what you did, in what sequence and what the result was. This gives you the unique opportunity to discuss your routine with your trainer and adjust if necessary.