As horse owners, we are ingrained with the need to be hyper vigilant when it comes to spotting behavioral changes in our horses. But what constitutes the buzz words of “equine distress” and how do we bring objectivity to detecting this distress?
Chase Shipka’s life revolves around her horses. She invests her time, her livelihood, and her heart in these animals and it is impossible to put that kind of love into words. Read more to learn how she uses NIGHTWATCH®.
Equestrians from all across the globe came together to compete in the prestigious World Equestrian Games in Tryon, North Carolina in September of 2018. A total of 68 countries represented in 8 different disciplines and it was a thrilling two weeks to say the least.
After 4.5 years in development, NIGHTWATCH® beta launched at the inaugural Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event, formerly known as the Rolex Three-Day. The team enjoyed conversing with equine enthusiasts of all disciplines and took in the exhilarating sites of the Kentucky Horse Park in action. It was a weekend we won’t soon forget!
Kate's heart has always been pulled by horses and she always finds her way back to them - from riding and training, to grooming and instructing, to simply just being in their presence. Horses have shaped her into who she is today and she has no plans of ever straying too far from them.
From Quarter Horse Congress and Morgan Grand Nationals, to Rolex Three Day and Devon, to Scottsdale Arabian Show and Winter Equestrian Festival, the Protequus team sees it all. In this week's blog, Jessica opens our eyes to different disciplines and challenges you to ride in a new ring. At the end of the day, we all just love horses.
Have you ever wished your horse could tell you exactly how they're feeling? Us too! So until we learn to speak horse, we can rely on a new 10-point scale called the EDI® (Equine Distress Index), which is exclusive to NIGHTWATCH®. Your horse's EDI® score is like a FICO® score meaning it's one number (at a glance) that tells you if there is a problem (0=good, 10=bad). Learn more about this TLA.