Cutting-edge tools for equine health professionals




Exercising ECG

Patented electrodes, scientifically validated, can accurately collect exercise ECG with GPS and locomotion data.



Locomotion quantification

Veterinary tool to help the diagnosis of locomotor asymmetries, developed in partnership with equine locomotion experts (EnvA – CIRALE).


At Arioneo, the reliability and validation of our products are at the core of our concerns. Our goal is to offer the most authentic products possible to our customers. We are proud to be able to bring scientifically validated, medically accurate technology to our veterinary customers.



To meet the needs of professionals and satisfy the requirements of the equine sector, we scientifically validate every breakthrough we make.


We have a unique relationship with each of our partners to leverage the power of data by confronting the numbers to their feelings and experience.


We work in collaboration with our users. Our business model was thought to nourish our development by the experience of our customers who directly benefit from the improvements their feedback helped to build.


Engineers, data scientists, developers, veterinary experts in sports medicine, and researchers contribute every day to the development of the sector and to the improvement of horses’ well being.


Arioneo’s EQUIMETRE has established itself as a partner in horse health and performance. The quality of the measurements is such that they can be used to diagnose cardiac arrhythmia on the basis of the electrocardiogram recorded.

Dr. Emmanuelle van Erck

Veterinary surgeon specialising in internal sports medicine, ESMP

The EQUISYM system has given a new dimension to my orthopaedic visits. Another way of quantifying anomalies for easier longitudinal monitoring. A more palpable approach for the rider, but also an improved global vision of the implications of each limb in the construction of the locomotor defect.

Dr. Mangold

Argonay Equine Clinic

Arioneo sensors are very easy to use. It used to be quite difficult to collect several heart rate readings from the same horse on different exercises, because you had to go to the stable to install the tool, wait, and so on. Thanks to EQUIMETRE, trainers and riders can install the sensor themselves without having to go to the stables.

Cristobal Navas de Solis

Veterinarian specialising in equine research

EQUISYM ensures optimum traceability of the data recorded and the videos of each locomotor examination. It’s a guarantee of efficiency for precise monitoring of sports rehabilitation.

Pr. Chateau

Professor at EnvA


Aerobic capacity: how does it impact racehorses?

Aerobic capacity in a racehorse is described as the usage of oxygen to provide the energy required to sustain the activity. To move, a horse must use a combination of metabolic and biochemical processes to generate energy.

The demand for energy in horses is constant, whether it’s to maintain, perform, or develop muscle. Whatever the effort, the horse needs a transfer of chemical energy to respond to mechanical work. To meet this energy demand, numerous metabolisms are activated, and training can help to strengthen these diverse processes.

Atypical equine myopathy

Myopathy is a muscular disease that affects horses. That is mainly associated with the consumption of certain tree species, especially sycamore maples. When horses graze on pastures where these trees are located, they can ingest toxins that damage muscles and cause muscle failure. Usually fatal, this disease can occur at any time of the year, although it is more common in the fall.

Optimising bone repair

Optimising bone repair is central to limiting the risk of injury. Adequate post-injury rest periods are vital to allow the bone structure to regenerate. What are the time markers for rest phases? What type of protocol is most effective? How can monitoring help detect bone fatigue?

Standardised test of effort in athletes horses

The Standardised test of effort is a tool for checking a horse’s state of fitness by characterising his response to a workload. Like all athletes, horses need to be physically and mentally ready before a major sporting event. That’s why it’s worth incorporating this tool for objectively measuring the horse’s various physiological parameters.

Bones response to loading

Between power and fragility, the horse perfectly embodies the expression “colossus with feet of clay”. Find out in this article how the horse’s bones are subjected to repeated mechanical loads that can have a profound impact on his bone health.

Alexis GOURY: his experience with EQUIMETRE

We had the chance to talk to Alexis Goury, an french eventing rider, about his use of EQUIMETRE. Discover, through this discussion, how he trains his horses and integrates the connected sensor into his daily routine.

The future of equine veterinary medicine: how technology is changing the industry?

Equine veterinary medicine is essential to ensure the health and well-being of horses, whether in sport or for leisure. For years, equine medicine professionals have followed well-established care protocols to treat the illnesses and injuries of these athletes.

What effects does training have on the horse’s respiratory system?

The respiratory system’s function is to make use of the oxygen that is freely present in the air we breathe. The horse’s lungs and respiratory system depend on them to operate correctly, not only because of their size but also because of their vital functions. Indeed, the horse must have efficient respiratory capacity if it wishes to sustain the pace of its activity while adequately supplying its body with oxygen and eliminating carbon dioxide.

Interpretation bias in equine medicine

These cognitive biases can be detrimental to the practice of equine veterinary medicine, leading to diagnostic errors, incorrect patient management and problems in the owner-veterinarian relationship.

Sports horses: what dietary supplements for what needs? 

Horse supplements are products designed to provide additional nutrients to supplement their basic diet. They are used to meet specific needs, improve the health, well-being and performance of horses. However, they should not be used as a substitute for a balanced and appropriate diet.