We are a research and consultancy group at the apex of biomechanical testing of sports surfaces.
What we do
On site testing can be carried out to characterise the functional properties of an equine surface using mechanical testing equipment
Laboratory based testing can be used to determine the composition and specific performance aspects of surface samples under controlled conditions
The movement or loading response of a horse to an environment or equipment can be determined using kinematic and kinetic measurement techniques
Rider preference makes a difference…
We asked over 300 riders what they liked about their favourite venues.
- Functional Locomotor Consequences of Uneven Forefeet for Trot Symmetry in Individual Riding Horses
- Postural characteristics of female dressage riders using 3D motion analysis and the effects of an athletic taping technique: A randomised control trial
- Posture, Flexibility and Grip Strength in Horse Riders