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Equimetre Galop avec le capteur, les écrans


Equine technology dedicated to the training of racehorses 

Speed, locomotion, cardio: perform thanks to a unique sensor paired with a tailor-made analysis service.

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A unique offer dedicated to veterinarians
and researchers

Scientifically validated solution, patented electrodes able to accurately collect ECG during exercise.


You have an ambitious project to improve the well-being and performance of athletic horses? Institutions, organisations and companies of the industry, we support your project by offering you our agility and skills for a tailor-made solution.



To meet the needs of professionals and satisfy the requirements of the equine sector, we scientifically validate every breakthrough we make.

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We have a unique relationship with each of our partners to leverage the power of data by confronting the numbers to their feelings and experience.


We work in collaboration with our users. Our business model was thought to nourish our development by the experience of our customers who directly benefit from the improvements their feedback helped to build.

passionate team of professionals


Engineers, data scientists, developers, veterinary experts in sports medicine, and researchers contribute every day to the development of the sector and to the improvement of horses’ well being.


entrainement monitoré

Trainings per month

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Countries on 5 continents

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International Patents


Dr Emmanuelle Van Erck qui ausculte un cheval de course bai dans son box

«Racing has always been a sports of opinions: that’s what it’s based on. I’ve always been wanting to push the boundaries of “why” that opinion is the right decision or the wrong decision. By curating a sports science division, we’ve made a commitment to this, and we’re already starting to see the results on the track.»

Ciaron Maher

Racehorse trainer, Top 3 Australians Trainers in 2020

Dr Emmanuelle Van Erck qui ausculte un cheval de course bai dans son box

«I like to equip Skalleti with Arioneo’s Equimetre to have data to support his rider’s opinion and of my gut as I am starting to know him quite well since I’ve been observing him for several years now. It is very useful to be able to refer to figures and confirm what we think of the horse.»

Jérome Reynier

Racehorse Trainer, Top 10 French Trainers in 2020

Dr Emmanuelle Van Erck qui ausculte un cheval de course bai dans son box

«As a jump trainer, the horse’s recovery after an effort is very important, especially as we were not able to measure it before. It was possible to evaluate it approximately, but the measurements were not reliable. With the EQUIMETRE sensor, we can now determine precisely whether a horse is ready to race or not.»

Erwan Grall

Racehorse Trainer

Dr Emmanuelle Van Erck qui ausculte un cheval de course bai dans son box
«These are tools that help. They don’t replace us, they don’t replace either the trainer or the rider but they make the horse talk. They will in a much more sensitive way put a figure on a possible problem and allow the training to be adapted. For example, if training of one type is too intense for a horse, we will know it and we will be able to reduce the workload.»
Emmanuelle van Erck

Veterinarian specialised in equine sport medicine, ESMP


Active recovery in Standardbreds’ training: what are the benefits?

Active recovery for Standardbreds is still relatively unexplored. Discover the best practices in terms of recovery to optimise your racehorses’ performance.

Clarken Racing’s experience – Equimetre user story

Learn more about the experience delivered by Equimetre with this new video from Clarken Racing, racehorse stable in Australia.

How do harness trainers use Equimetre?

In this interview, Jonathan Lagenebre explains how data has allowed him to adapt his horse work to optimize their performance in races.

Racehorse VS running athlete: what role does data play in training?

Since 2007, data has spread in the high-level sports industry. So why shouldn’t the horse racing sector use data into its daily life?

4 reasons to analyze VO2Max in racehorse training

VO2Max is a key paramater to measure the intensity of a horse’s effort. It can be used to establish a race strategy, calculate the intensity of a training or to follow a racehorse’s performances over time.

Atrial fibrillation among racehorses : impact, recurrence and consequences

Atrial fibrillation atriale is frequent among racehorses. This form of arythmia decreases a horse’s performances and endangers their health. Discover how to detect and prevent it!

Will genetic studies revolutionize the horse racing industry?

Discover studies and works realized up to this day on racehorse genetics. With our constantly improving knowledge of the subject, it might shape tomorrow’s horse racing industry.

Equimetre User Story – Raphael Freire’s experience

Learn more about the experience delivered by Equimetre with this new testimonial from Raphael Freire, racehorse trainer in Norway.

How to individualize your racehorses’ training thanks to data? Two concrete examples

As each racehorse is unique, training adaptation should be consistent. Thanks to data, it is now possible to anticipate and solve some problems that would be undetectable without the help of technology.

Standardbreds: analyze an Interval Training session with Equimetre

Interval Training is a specific method of training the Standardbreds. Find out what data to analyze in order to follow this type of training.