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Heart Rate

Monday, 11 February, 2019

What does the concept of well-being mean in the horse?

Animal welfare has been arousing scientists and general public’s interest for a few decades. What does this concept really mean and what can we do to improve the well-being of our horse?

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Thursday, 15 November, 2018

How to feed your horse well? Our advice to manage a stable horse

Like care, horse feeding is essential for his well-being, health and performance. A poorly adapted diet can cause colic or other digestive diseases, and be a daily source of discomfort and stress. In this article, we address the sensitive subject of food. 1. Understanding the nutritional needs of your horse The horse is a non-ruminant ...

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Tuesday, 16 October, 2018

Obtain a scientifically precise heart rate thanks to Seaver! ❤️

We are proud to announce that our heart rate measurement has been approved scientifically. A comparative test-retest and single-blind study was conducted by Nicolas Babault, working for the University of Burgundy, Dijon (France) with expertise in Sports Medicine and Justine Guillaume, doctor in exercise physiology and physical trainer. The objective was to test the ...

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Thursday, 16 August, 2018

How to prepare your horse for the cross-country course? Throwback to the canter training sessions of Raphael Cochet for the Grand Complet

Raphael Cochet and his mare Shérazad were present at the Haras du Pin last weekend for the Grand Complet 2018. Unfortunately no ranking for them but a great clear round cross-country course in 6'44'' where they were able to use their Seaver girth sleeve 🙂 Let’s look back on the canter training sessions made ...

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Thursday, 26 July, 2018

Understanding Seaver’s "heart rate" feature

The Seaver girth and girth sleeve calculate your horse/pony’s heart rate during training. Thanks to our scientifically tested and adapted electrodes, with the Seaver connected equipment you have access to the heart rate of your four-legged partner with scientific precision in real time. What is my horse’s heart rate? At rest, a healthy adult ...

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