KER and Saracen Horse Feeds Host ConferenceBy Kentucky Equine Research Staff · October 7, 2015
Kentucky Equine Research (KER) and Saracen Horse Feeds are hosting the 2015 Performance Riders Conference at Sudeley Castle, Gloucestershire, on October 20. Included among the speakers is Joe Pagan, Ph.D, founder and president of KER.
The primary goal of the conference is to help professional riders and trainers achieve peak levels of equine fitness. To that end, Pagan will introduce a new equine fitness app, KER ClockIt Sport.
KER ClockIt Race revolutionized racehorse training, and the new KER ClockIt Sport app has been developed to help track the fitness of performance horses over time. The app translates heart-rate data into an easy-to-understand visual chart enabling riders and trainers to create, assign, and complete training programs for individual horses. Learn more about KER ClockIt.
Saracen Horse Feeds, a Brand Alliance Partner of KER, is based in the U.K. Partner horse feeds contain custom-blended micronutrient ingredients provided by KER, designed to deliver optimal amount and proper balance of critical vitamins and minerals to every class of horse. Learn more about KER partners.
Other speakers tapped for the 2015 Performance Riders Conference include Yogi Breisner and Lizzie Drury, M.Sc. Nutr.
The conference is scheduled to start at 4 p.m., and guests will be treated to refreshments, supper, a goody bag, and a free KER ClockIt Sport app. Open to all professional riders, owners, and trainers, the event is free, but guests must preregister (e-mail [email protected] or call 01242 603907).