The E-Trakka® system is a state-of-the-art Equine Fitness Monitoring system which records the horse’s heart rate / ECG, speed, stride length and sectional times then automatically uploads this information to the cloud via a secured 4G mobile network. This information is then viewed via the E-Trakka Trainer Centre Software for further analysis and data trend comparison. Being internet based these results can be easily viewed from any device with internet connectivity, meaning you can share each training session summary, including session replays, with your team and owners in minutes.

The E-Trakka® XV3 module operates from within a quality saddle blanket for ease of use during training, providing the module protection from the harsh stable environment and weather, whilst allowing for the integration of two ruggedized electrodes for quality heart rate acquisition. With the ability to be used multiple times during the morning without the need for turning on or off, or rider interaction, horse’s names can even be setup for automatic assignment to streamline the session recording process.

The E-Trakka® system can operate in real-time mode from anywhere in the world. The advanced software program will let users know what modules are active and available for viewing.

The E-Trakka® software provides all the information a trainer needs to see from their equine athletes and also provides a means of managing their training regime.

In addition to viewing the horse’s daily work within the software, analysing all history on an individual horse, provides factual trend charts over time of specific fitness parameters such as sectionals, maximum heart rate, peak speed, and stride length information so you can review each equine athlete’s development and improvement throughout their training cycle and race preparation. Importantly trend data empowers the trainer to identify changes, anomalies or potential issues earlier, through the power of technology.

Multiple training sessions are automatically identified, analysed and stored in the software user’s database. The software then displays the information in an easy-to-read format.