We live in a time and age where tracking your health is easier than ever. Your Apple Watch is monitoring your heart rate. A FitBit counts your steps. All that data is then logged away, and is generally pretty simple to share with a doctor when needed.
Technology makes it easy to track and share these day-to-day health metrics, which are far more important for managing good, healthy outcomes than many of us realize.
The same can be said about keeping track of your horse’s heart health. Do you know his resting heart rate? Here are three important reasons why you should be paying attention to those beats-per-minute even when you’re out of the saddle.