SeeHorse Wearable for Horses Hits the market, and the show circuit.

Sep 19, 2016 Comments Off by Admin
You may remember the introduction of SeeHorse-a wearable monitoring device developed specifically for horses last fall. Since being featured in The Rider September issue, the company; once a small start-up, has taken their technology and their product to a whole new level.
SeeHorse aims to help horsemen and women everywhere see and understand their horses Like Never Before by collecting and displaying a horse’s real time vital signs, activity and movement. When the small device is worn by the horse, the data is sent wirelessly to an app on your smartphone where it can be viewed in real time or stored and sent as historical data.
Less than 12 months after the initial story, the SeeHorse concept has grown from vision to reality as the first devices roll out the door of their Mississauga based warehouse into the hands of horse lovers across the world. This iconic moment makes SeeHorse the very first equine wearables on the market to have their product in the hands of customers and available for immediate purchase.
When reflecting back on the year’s past events, CEO Peter Mankowski remarks “It has been an incredible journey getting to this point, and we are very proud of what we have accomplished” Now that SeeHorse is available on the market, the team has begun their global launch tour stopping at many International events to showcase their product to high level riders, trainers, vets and barn managers alike.
But of course, being founded in Ontario the company has made sure to include many stops close to home at local barns and show circuits. Most recently; the team, alongside long-time QH enthusiast, Suzanne Pestano introduced SeeHorse to the Quarter Horse circuit at the Area 3 Quarter Horse Summerama. They had the pleasure of meeting one of the top western Pleasure horses in Ontario, “Cool Lady Lopin” aka Stella owned by Patti Clayton and trained by Andrew Dewar of Dewar Performance Horses out of Orillia Ontario. The team was overwhelmed by support and looks forward to attending many more events.
For further information, or to book your free demo please call Suzanne at 416.302.2446 or email at

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