Understand your horse,
progress & watch over him

Equisense, connected objects
for equestrian sports

Understand your horse,
progress & watch over him

Equisense, connected objects for equestrian sports

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Equisense Motion

Compare your impressions with objective data

Equisense Motion is a connected sensor, fastened to your girth using an attachment. It will provide you with objective and accurate data in order to confirm your impressions, adapt your training sessions, and anticipate potential lameness.

Improve your training

Always be assisted during your training sessions thanks to real-time data and exercise and program ideas suggested by the mobile app.
Follow your progress and your horse's form over time.
Share your data with your trainer, your coach, and your friends.

Equisense Motion

Compare your impressions with objective data

Equisense Motion is a connected sensor, fastened to your girth using an attachment. It will provide you with objective and accurate data in order to confirm your impressions, adapt your training sessions, and anticipate potential lameness.

Improve your training

Always be assisted during your training sessions thanks to real-time data and exercise and program ideas suggested by the mobile app.
Follow your progress and your horse's form over time.
Share your data with your trainer, your coach, and your friends.

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Our scientific partners

We are working with the best veterinarians, trainers, and scientists to validate our technologies and design tomorrow’s services.

Philippe Benoit

Veterinarian for the French Jumping team from 1993 to 2000 and former member of the FEI veterinary committee

Renowned universities

University of Technology of Compiègne, Utrecht University, Swedish University of Agricultural Science

Emmanuelle Van Erck

Veterinarian in sports medicine, consultant for the FEI and 30 of the top 100 riders in the world

Royal Horse

Among the world leaders in animal health, notably equestrian

Philippe Benoit

Veterinarian for the French Jumping team from 1993 to 2000 and former member of the FEI veterinary committee

Renowned universities

University of Technology of Compiègne, Utrecht University, Swedish University of Agricultural Science

Emmanuelle Van Erck

Veterinarian in sports medicine, consultant for the FEI and 30 of the top 100 riders in the world

Royal Horse

Among the world leaders in animal health, notably equestrian

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