The 'HorseCom' Helps Soothe Riding Horses During Trots

By: Michael Hemsworth - Sep 15, 2016
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For riding horses, taking to the track or the course for a ride can cause stress so the 'HorseCom' is designed to help calm their nerves during rides.

Humans will often listen to music to help calm them down, pump them up or aid them when it comes to just about any endeavor they're partaking in. The 'HorseCom' looks to do the same for horses by providing auditory stimulation that will help them perform better.

The 'HorseCom' is controlled by the jockey and fits seamlessly over a horse's head; riders can set the device to play music or even utilize it as an intercom to speak to the horse.

While the 'HorseCom' provides a way to help treat riding horses through the power of audio, it also offers jockeys the ability to take calls as they ride and much more.