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Easy - The Belt

Adjust the Wear Link Belt to snugly fit the horse. Saturate the belt in water and wrap the belt around the horse. Position the upper textile electrode just to the right of the withers and the lower electrode (the one next to the transmitter snaps) low on the left side of the horse. When snapped in place, the transmitter will then be just below the harness pad on the left side of the horse. When snapped into the belt, the transmitter will send the heart rate signal to the receiver.

Its Wireless!


Reliable - The Transmitter

When you harness the horse, the Transmitter when snapped into the belt it will be positioned just below the harness pad and just to the rear of the girth strap.

Using the CS600 anytime is good, resting, walking, jogging training or shipping. Whenever you want to know the heart rate.

Push the red button on the CS600 and within seconds you'll see the heart rate. Push the button a 2nd time and you will be recording the data.

Its Wireless!

Accurate - The Receiver

Clip the Receiver on a cart or strap in on your wrist. You can program the receiver to monitor and record the horses resting and working heart rate and many other functions: Stop Watch, Speed, Laps, Distance and Training Zones are all basic functions. You can even pre-set specific timed or interval workouts and the receiver will help keep you on track.

You can easily download exercises into your computer for analysis and comparison. You can also e-mail exercises and groups of exercises.



Why monitor the Heart Rate? Well, just browse around in our website and especially read our 1st Education Paper...the answers may lead to a whole new world of racehorse conditioning values and benefits.

When to monitor Heart Rates? There are many variables. Let your imagination soar. Knowing each horses resting and maximum heart rate is REALLY important. Its all about zones and, for each horse it is about how much time you spend in each zone.

Lots of miles between 150 to 170 heart beats per minute will help build the aerobic system, slow twitch muscle fibers, enhance lung capacity and cardio vascular fittness...endurance.

Reaching 200 BPM and above develops fast twitch muscle fibers. This anaerobic work creates strength which supports speed and agility. Also over 200 bpm you will be helping to build the system to better manage lactic acid.

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