Tested independently by the French National Stud, the research outcomes show that Horsecom works!
After creating a prototype, Hugo approached the French National Stud in Normandy about the research question. Over 2014 and 2015 two independent studies were carried out with the major results and benefits as follows:
Horses using the unit under saddle, during transport in a lorry, and while with the farrier were shown to maintain a lower stress level as determined by standard stress indicators, notably breathing/heart rate.
Horses using the unit also showed a post-stress recovery on average 15 minutes faster than the test groups not equipped with the unit.
HorseCom has followed a rigorous scientific to prove its effectiveness. Scientists have carefully benchmarked Horsecom by observing horses’ behaviors and monitoring their physiological parameters.
To ensure the most benefit for the horses, we recruited a world-class scientific committee to serve as advisors for horse welfare and benefits while using HorseCom
The HorseCom scientific committee has 2 main missions :
provide HorseCom with studies and innovative results to guide the development of new projects
assess the effectiveness and the quality of these new projects
Music + Horses = Harmony
Using the expertise of our committee and working with composers we've created the world's first music label for equine athletes. Combining music theory with the equine training scale, we release 4 songs per month to truly enhance your Horsecom riding experience.
Selections designed to match your horse's natural beat per minute
- While having a clear baseline to increase your horse's balance and improve their rhythm
- Without any drastic changes, pitches, or frequencies that might be distracting
Achieve harmony between horse and rider with the "5th natural aid" in equitation:
This all creates the Horsecom Community
When you join our community you join a group of forward-thinking riders of all levels - from Olympians like Kevin Staut and Karim Laghouag, to professionals at the international/national level like Camille Judet Cheret, junior riders, adult amateurs, pleasure riders, and all levels in between! Every member of the Horsecom community can share their reviews, exercises, playlists, and articles within the community and participate in exchanges of ideas and knowledge.
This open exchange of dialogue and experiences adds to the pedagogy of equitation and contributes to the global advancement of our knowledge and understanding of the relationship between horse and rider.