Bronkhorst & Van Pinxteren has contributed to the promotion of the Equestic SaddleClip. Part of this was the realisation of an article in Dressuur magazine and in Paardenkrant-Horses.nl magazine. Beside that we helped making publications possible in other Dutch equestrian magazines. Another part of this project were two different photo shoots. One implied a studio and product shoot of the SaddleClip and during the other we photographed the use of this training sensor and the accessory app on your mobile phone in practice. Pictures were made in a dressage, show jumping, eventing and endurance setting. In all these (and other) disciplines the Equestic SaddleClip is a useful tool to improve training and management of the horse.
The possibilities of this training sensor are big. The best man to tell something about it is Leon Rutten, founding father of Equestic and the SaddleClip. He tells in one of the articles: “The clip registers exactly what you are doing with your horse at that moment in training, and the data will be recorded for a long period. Is your horse in walk, trot or canter, are you making a transition, do you turn to the left or to the right, what is the regularity of the movement and to what extent is every stride the same?”
All registered data by the SaddleClip can be easily interpreted via graphics that are shown in the app on your mobile phone. By saving all the data you create a file of your own horse that can also be shared with your trainer, vet, physiotherapist or owner. More information on Equestic.com.