Research Study Shows Promise for New Piavita Product to Automate Early Birth Detection in Horses For background on Piavita see our previous coverage: Piavita’s Veterinary Medtech Solution Brings Equine Healthcare into the Digital Age [ZÜRICH, SWITZERLAND, FEBRUARY 2021] — Piavita ...

— Nicholas Bourdon, CEO of Artemis Equestrian Artemis Equestrian™ is a new mobile-friendly platform designed to seamlessly connect motivated riders with select boarding facilities. This all-in-one platform is free to use and offers partnerships with equestrian businesses to provide more ...

—May 2, 2020 The NIGHTWATCH® team is proud to unveil some new and exciting features to the smart halter that provide further value to horse owners, trainers, breeders, and veterinarians. For the first time… Transfer and use a single smart ...

—April 2, 2020 Press Release—Event Clinics, creator of the digital EC Platform for Equestrians, announced today an extensive rebranding in response to accelerated company growth and business vision. Effective immediately, the company will transition fully to doing business as STRIDER™. ...

—Natasha Sprengers-Levine, COO of Event Clinics The Event Clinics digital platform quickly connects motivated riders and equestrian business owners with the tools needed to achieve their goals. The mobile-friendly platform features custom software solutions to facilitate promotion, booking, payment, and ...

Etalon Diagnostics offers comprehensive equine DNA testing to “know your horse from the inside out.” Genetic testing is now available for horses nearly the same as it’s available for humans! Etalon Diagnostics has created products that can enlighten us on ...

Piavita AG is a veterinary medtech startup that produces innovative remote monitoring equipment to aid equine veterinarians in their daily practice. Using Piavita’s full-scale solution, vets can gain valuable insights into various conditions without the need to be physically present ...

—Jessica Ehlert When I groomed for a few of Joe Fargis’s clients at WEF in 2012, I was given the job of doing his daily whiteboard maybe a handful of times. The first time, he stood next to me holding ...

— Jessica Ehlert We can speculate why the equine industry’s been slow to adopt new technologies: perhaps it’s our fragmented market deeply divided by disciplines (did you know Western Dressage is a thing?) or maybe it’s our deeply ingrained traditions ...