NEW: THE EQUIMETRE DAILY REPORT
The Arioneo R & D team has a passion to enrich the Equimetre service for its customers One of our top priorities,. in the support of our customers, is to provide easy to understand, valuable analysis of the data measured by Equimetre.
Immediately available within the EQUIMETRE service is a report that is sent directly to your e-mail box following each training day which delivers two new data interpretation indicators.
FITNESS INDEX: How did my horse cope with the level of training?
RECOVERY INDEX: How well did my horse recover?
Using a color gauge, you are able to instantly visualize the impact of the exercise on each of the horses monitored each day, as well as the quality of their recovery.
A direct link to the training page of the EQUIMETRE web platform allows you to go deeper into the analysis of the work done and the performance of your horse.
HOW TO INTERPRET INDICATORS?
FITNESS INDEX: Did my horse cope the training?
RECOVERY INDEX: Has my horse recovered well?
The higher the heart rate is during exercise, the more intense it is.
For the same exercise performed under the same conditions, an increase in heart rate may reflect a decline in form, a pathology issue or a potential lameness. The first indicator is the quality of the horse’s cardiac response to the intensity of the exercise. This indicator is a reflection of the fitness of the horse. The more he is in the red, the less the effort has been sustained by the horse, and vice versa.
Horse recovery is also greatly influenced by the intensity of the exercise. The lower it is, the better the horse has coped with the effort. A high heart rate 15 minutes after the end of exercise can be a sign of great fatigue or perhaps overtraining at is stage of fitness. A horse in the red zone is a horse that has had difficulty recovering from exercise and vice versa, an indicator in the green indicates that the horse has recovered from the exercise.
The area of recovery of the horse, indicated by the color bar, makes it possible to locate the horse among the monitored sample (set of horses followed by Equimetre). The indicator (white arrow), indicates if the horse has recovered well compared to his previous training. This feature is only available if the horse has already performed a high intensity exercise monitored by Equimetre..
Some horses are always in the red zone. This does not necessarily translate to a pathology issue but it is generally an indicator of a lower performing horse.In these cases, it is often more apt to follow a horse over time rather than to compare the horses to each other. In this way you can study the impact of the work on each horse individually.
These indicators were established using the analysis of more than 5000 monitored exercises, performed by horses of multiple profile. These parameters are influenced by the type and gradient of the track, the weight of the rider, the weather …