SeeHorse is a revolutionary equine monitoring device that allows you to have an in depth look & analysis of your horse’s health, fitness & well-being. When worn on a horse, SeeHorse measures and scans vital signs and movement in real time and records and logs historical data, all of which can be viewed through the SeeHorse app on a smart phone or tablet.

Have a look at our app and see how we scan and display each feature (ex. Temperature):

SeeHorse is the first equine thermometer to measure the horse’s temperature using the horse’s radiant heat (natural heat that comes off the horse’s body). This means that you can take continuous non-invasive temperature scans even while the horse is moving.

Temperature is also one of the first indicators of illness or infection making it a valuable tool for daily health monitoring at the stable.

The normal rectal temperature of a horse is 99.5 to 101.5°F (37.5 to 38.6ºC). Foals less than 1 month of age have a normal temperature of 100.0 to 102.0°F (37.7 to 38.8ºC).

Heart Rate
SeeHorse uses properties of light (IR) to scan your horse’s heart rate. This makes scanning your horses’ heartrate less intrusive and more convenient as it is wireless; and does not use positive and negative leads or ECG. This means there are multiple location options for placement and it is safe leave on your horse while riding or at the stable.

The normal heart rate for an adult horse is about 32 to 36 beats per minute. Foal heart rates vary depending on age. Newborn foals have a heart rate of between 80 to 100 beats per minute. Foals which are a few weeks to a few months of age will have heart rates of 60 to 80 beats per minute.

Respiratory Rate
When placed on your horse’s ribcage, whether by, handheld placement, belly band or saddle pad pocket, the device measures the rise and fall of the ribcage and updates the respiratory rate number once every minute.

The normal respiratory rate for an adult horse is 8 to 12 breaths per minute. Newborn foals have respiratory rates that are 60 to 80 breaths per minute.

Alerts if the horse exceeds set minimum or maximum values for:

Heart Rate
Respiratory Rate
Horse Alarm:

Notifies the owner when the horse goes outside the radius of its stall
Can be remotely armed or disarmed

Activity Levels
SeeHorse builds in-depth reports and analyses of your horse’s activity. These are additional tools to monitor activity levels daily and over extended periods of time. These activity levels include: Step and calorie counting.

Additional features

Compatibility with veterinary software
Wireless charging
Social media hook-ups-Share your horse’s activities!
Alarms and notifications via. LED lights on the device and notifications on your phone
Historical data storing

Using an animated avatar SeeHorse lets owners and caretakers see in real time what the horse wearing the device is doing. SeeHorse will also build you daily reports on your horse’s movement levels and build graphs containing historical data. This information helps owners be more in tune with what is normal for their horses and aware when something is not. The movement feature can tell you whether your horse is:

Laying down