New Racehorse Management Technology In Australia Changes How Champion Trainer Waller Runs His Stable

A new automated platform created in Australia has taken racehorse care and management to the next level, according to horsetalk. The product is currently only being used in Australia and champion trainer Chris Waller said it has changed how he runs his stable.

StableWizard is an app that was created by Segenhoe Stud chairman Kevin Maloney. The system is cloud-based and gives trainers and stable staff instant access to all details of the horses in their care. The app is accessible via smartphone or tablet and transfers general horse management information such as temperature, feed checks, and treatment plans onto a dashboard for trainers, stable staff, or service providers to view at any time or location.

in Waller’s stable, each horse has its temperature taken daily using a Bluetooth thermometer, with the results sent to StableWizard in real-time. The trainer of well-known race mare Winx said the data provided by StableWizard has improved the efficiency of his business and the care provided to the horses.

“Some processes that took two hours now take two minutes,” Waller said.

The founders of StableWizard believe the product will modernize equine management and they are aiming for it to become the new industry standard. Maloney says that the addition of more components to the app is planned. No information has been provided about wether or not this technology will make an appearance in the U.S.

Read more at horsetalk.co.nz.

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