My data seems to be wrong. What can I do?

Updated 3 days ago by Sina

If you are new to Equisense and feel that the number of transitions is excessive, take the time to do more sessions: it is difficult to get an objective view of the number of transitions made before you have an Equisense sensor. The same is true for the time spent in a canter, for example. 

1. Check that the attachment is well fixed

An improperly put attachment can result in wrong data. Make sure it is facing the right way and that it is firmly attached. Also check that the sensor is inserted the right way round.

Go here to learn all about the attachment: How do I Fasten Attachment to my Girth?

2. Test it out

If you want to make sure your data is reliable, do some tests. Here are some examples:

The "circle test"

Start the recording at halt on the left hand

Perform a 15-20m circle on left hand at walk, then at trot, then at canter

Go back to walk, turn around and stop

Circle 15-20m to the right at walk, trot and canter

Return to walk then stop

Turn off the session

This test allows you to check all the indicators. You can easily check that the gait has been detected by referring to this graph:

The straight line test

This test can be done ridden or in hand

Start the recording at halt

Make 2 round trips at trot

Turn off the recording

This test allows you to check the good detection of the straight line. It also allows you to check the symmetry of the horse under standardized conditions. It can be very interesting to do this test in hand AND ridden to see the impact of the rider on the horse.

If the problem persists, do not hesitate to contact us directly. We will be happy to assist you


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