I think it's a duty for anyone who is involved in sport horse industry that's producing an event to livestream/video record it and share it freely because this is how the world learns in 2018. The videos from the 2017 University of Kentucky Ag Equine Summit (held on the 26th April 2017) provided some very interesting discussions about … Continue reading Basic Tech Barriers that are Killing the Sport Horse industry
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Highlights video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n8MO2nVhBgg Agenda/speaker overview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DYXOL-LYZXk Highlights from Day 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pJOEIvpQhKI Take a little walk with me at the Dubai International Horse Fair: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GySgt757v0U Check out a group of young Emirati's discussing their "Equine ReproEducation" startup: https://youtu.be/lTztYQNqc_8
The next HorseTech Conference is being held as part of the massive Dubai International Horse Fair (the biggest equestrian event in the Middle East as it welcomes 10,000 visitors) so if you're going and would like to meet with any of the HorseTech Conference Presenters or their Company representatives please email your details to HorseTechConference@gmail.com … Continue reading Quick guide to the HorseTech being showcased at the Dubai International Horse Fair
Often a trainer or owner will ask how they can start validating the advantages of a horse tech that they're using or how they can start putting to use the data being collected and shared from a sensor (eg. the credit card sized ECG machine that they can buy on Amazon for $99) and I … Continue reading Do we need to move beyond pen & paper before HorseTech can add consistent value?
On the exhibition booth of the Irish Master Farriers Association at the recent ITBA Expo in Kildare I got the chance to meet with Andrew Mahon, Master Farrier and Lecturer at the Irish Master Farriers Association. Andrew is a 3rd generation Farrier with an in-depth appreciation of the history of the Profession and has incredible vision for … Continue reading Equine Hoof Care Tech Challenge
University Centre Sparsholt presents “Today’s Technology: Optimising Equestrian Performance” – a research colloquium on Friday 16th February 2018 (9.30am – 18.30pm). Guest speakers will include: Dr. David Marlin, a leading researcher in the field of equine exercise physiology (click here to watch the excellent 'Better Breathing' keynote he delivered at the Royal Veterinary College for … Continue reading Join us at University Centre Sparsholt for the “Today’s Technology: Optimising Equestrian Performance” Research Colloquium (16 Feb 2018)
On Saturday the 27th January 2018 at the Irish Thoroughbred Breeders Association Expo at the Goffs Sales Complex we're organising a little get together to announce the next HorseTech Conference which will be held on the 15th March 2018 in Dubai (UAE). The meet up (like all the HorseTech Conferences) will be live streamed free … Continue reading Join us at the ITBA Expo (27 Jan) for the launch of the inaugural Dubai HorseTech Conference #Expo18
Update (26 October 2017): NewsInsider Article in the Horse & Hound (the Britain's leading multi-platform equestrian brand, with 130 years at the heart of international horse sport) by H&H Journalist Rachael Turner: Update (28 October 2017): Horse Sense in the Irish Field (the leading equestrian publication in Ireland) by Leanne O'Sullivan: Update (20 November 2017): Horse&Country TV: New device helps decide what … Continue reading What people are saying about the #HorseTech Conference
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vURPFejnieU Objective Lameness Evaluation with the Equinosis QTM with Lameness Locator® Software Eickemeyer Veterinary Equipment is presenting the Equinosis QTM with Lameness Locator® Software. The Equinosis QTM is a body mounted inertial sensor system that is used to objectively detect and evaluate lameness in all types of horses and ponies. It is the world’s foremost field based objective … Continue reading Introducing keynote speaker Christina Frigast MRCVS