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28 August,2017

Equestrian Tech: Helpful Apps for Modern Horse People

If you’re a dedicated equestrian, you know how important horse keeping is. It’s also a lot of hard work, so anything that can save you time and money while taking care of your animals is a good thing. You may be surprised to know that there are some great apps out there for people who love horse just like you. Here’s a rundown on some of the most helpful ones.



If you’re exercising your horse outside or you have an equestrian event coming up, it’s important that you know exactly what to expect from the local weather. That means knowing what’s coming your way from hour to hour. You can get all the information you need from this single app, including all the details from the temperature right now to a full 7-day forecast. You can also check the weather radar and rain maps and get storm alerts, so you’ll always know if inclement weather is on its way.


Healthy Horse

A healthy horse is a happy horse and this app will help you make sure you’re steed is always in good health. Once you input your horse’s weight, it will help you determine the correct feeding regime and administration of any required medication. If you’re not sure of your horse’s exact weight, the app will help you make an estimate based on his or her age and breed, whether it’s a pony, stock horse or an Arabian.


Horse Box

As a dedicated horse owner, you always keep your best friend’s documents and appointment schedule in good order at home, but there are times when you may need that information out in the field. That’s where Horse Box comes in. This app will become your one-stop point of reference for all your important information including horse insurance details, appointments, horse passport, essential contacts, and photos.



How did you ever manage without this app? EQStable not only helps you manage all your horse’s health needs, such as vaccines, deworming, shoeing and dentistry, it’s also fun to use. You’ll never miss an important date again. The app also allows you to track and save all your rides and keep a history log, so you can share them with your horse-loving friends through social media.


Horse Anatomy: Equine 3D

This is such a cool app for horse lovers. You can explore the anatomy of your favorite animal all in 3D. It’s so packed with valuable information that even equine bodyworkers use it for reference and to show their clients. As a horse owner, it helps you understand which muscle groups your horse is using when you ride. You can also clearly see bones, ligaments, and organs. It’s a very interactive, user-friendly experience. There are also quizzes in the app so you can test your knowledge as you learn.


You love your horse and want to give him or her the best life you can, so download these apps today and be a happier rider!


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