The Horse World Meets A.I.

As the horse world wakes to the dawn of digital and technology advancements – the human world is seeing rapid change fueled by more powerful microchips, processors, and power, all ingredients for a healthy recipe of Artificial Intelligence (AI).

The Future of Equine Tech

Over the past two months The Tech Equestrian has interviewed some of the most innovative equine technology software, apps and products that are on the market or are in pre-launch mode. Check out what these cutting-edge solution providers are saying about the future of equine tech.

HYLOFIT: Train Smarter

From myth to reality, Hylofit will become a breakthrough solution in the equestrian world as it launches later this year. The Tech Equestrian had a chance to get an inside look at the history, development, and plans for bringing this product to life with Hylonome Co-Founder, Kate Motley.

EQUIRIDE: The Ride Sharing App of Horse Transport

College friends and alumni of the University of Kentucky, Stephen Lyster and Chris Woodside, came up with the idea for EQUIRIDE based on their frustrations of not being able to find an easier and more affordable way to ship horses. “We wanted to develop a solution that addressed our pain points when it comes to transporting horses,” said Lyster over the phone from his stable.

A Bit about Bitcoin: Straight From the Horse's Mouth

My humin is very techie and likes to talk tech in the barn. I tend to ignore her rants and focus on the task at hand or whatever treat she has in her hand. But then one day, I got confused – she kept saying ‘bitcoin’ to her trainer in hopes of buying another horse (not happy about that part…) but I thought she meant the metal, that I don’t like, that goes in my mouth – called a bit. 

HUUFE: Delivering the Ultimate Online Horse Community

“Huufe is the first social media platform that is built solely for equestrians. It combines ride tracking with picture and video sharing, stable management, classifieds, riding groups and cutting-edge accident detection and notification,” explains Charlie Trietline, CEO of Huufe, a new web and mobile app scheduled for a global launch this spring. “Our goal is to provide an online community for the equestrian world and wrap in a one stop experience with a host of features for the rider.”