Student Uses ClockIt for Horse Conditioning ProgramBy Kentucky Equine Research Staff · January 11, 2016
Indra Rapinchuk is a student spending the winter in Florida to work on her senior project, which involves using KER ClockIt™ to help guide her horses’ conditioning programs going into the spring competition season.
The KER ClockIt app takes the guesswork out of measuring equine conditioning programs. By tracking the individual horse’s intensity and duration of exercise, horse owners and trainers can condition and feed each horse appropriately for the work they’re actually performing.
Using the KER ClockIt equine heart rate monitor, her goal is to gain insight into how she needs to condition her horses to ensure that they are as healthy as possible to do what she is asking of them.
“With the help of the KER equine heart rate monitor, I have been fascinated to see that what I feel when on my horses matches up so closely with the graphs,” she said. “I am hopeful that more people will continue to think about the welfare of their horses and utilize incredible products such as this.”
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