Why is taking fitness and heart rate benchmarks important? Because it gives you, the rider, a chance to identify issues if they arise. Rodrigo Pessoa says he’s used the Hylofit at home to observe the resting and working heart rates of his horses to set a “normal” data set.
After a shifting of priorities following devastating fires in California, endurance rider Kristine Hartman's training schedule for her horses has seen some changes. Now, Kristine is proud to utilize the Hylofit system in her everyday training, as it truly helps her train smarter, maximizing the time she spends in the saddle.
Think your horse is "fit enough" because you aren't competing at the top level? You may want to think again. Clayton Fredericks explains why.
A shifting weather forecast wasn’t enough to keep the loyal eventing crowd away from the annual Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event, presented by Mars Equestrian.
Attending the Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event is an experience unlike any other. For everyone from everyday eventing fans to the serious sporting fan, the weekend is truly one of the best horse competitions in the country.
Fitness is an integral part of training for most sport horses, regardless of the level. We love working with Boyd Martin, as he consistently designs customized programs for each of his horses according to their fitness levels. And with Hylofit data, Boyd is able to fine tune his training even more.
In 2018, Lisa and “Tali”, as he’s known at home, represented Canada at the FEI World Equestrian Games (WEG) in Tryon, NC, and in the lead-up to this event she began adding in some pool work.
Isabelle Bright is a competitive hunter/jumper rider who never predicted that she would be considered an influencer one day. Isabelle originally started blogging because of her dissatisfaction with the items that were available in her local tack store.
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