Sleip Blog

Introducing Sleip Talk: connect with equine experts on issues that impact horse health and performance

What motion analysis can bring to equine care

In the first episode of Sleip Talk, hosted by veterinarian and biomechanics researcher Elin Hernlund, we dive into what motion analysis can bring to equine care and how insights into biomechanics impact the way top riders work with their horses.  

From vision to reality: meet Ingvar

From vision to reality: meet Ingvar "Fredric"  Fredricson

Ingvar Fredricson shares his long-held vision to improve horse welfare through better lameness diagnostics and prevention – and his joy that his ideas have come true.

Talking pre-purchase exams at Jumping Amsterdam

Talking pre-purchase exams at Jumping Amsterdam

Challenges of pre-purchase exams with Marc Koene, Marcus Swail and Lisa Lidbeck. Fresh from the heart of Jumping Amsterdam!

Lars Roepstorff shares his vision of a Sleip-facilitated future

Lars Roepstorff shares his vision of a Sleip-facilitated future

Lars Roepstorff plays a unique role in securing the welfare of equine athletes: he is responsible for testing arena footing quality at major equestrian events.

Conditioning of sport horses, by Hilary M. Clayton

Physical conditioning of horses

Dive into the world of sport horse conditioning with insights from Hilary M. Clayton, renowned veterinarian, researcher, and expert in equine biomechanics and sports medicine.

Hong Kong Jockey Club's Bronte Forbes on the future of racing

Hong Kong Jockey Club's Bronte Forbes on the future of racing

In this blog, Bronte Forbes shares his thoughts on the future of racing, and the role technology and access to data and documentation play in it.

Sleip: A game-changer clinically and commercially

Sleip: A game-changer clinically and commercially

Marc Koene, team vet for the German Dressage Team and co-owner of Veterinary Clinic Lüsche, shares his experiences of how Sleip's accessible gait analysis boosts both clinical work and revenue.

”Never be afraid to learn more – even if it can be nice to know less

”Never be afraid to learn more – even if it can be nice to know less

Delve into Johan Lenz’s, Swedish FEI Permitted Treating Veterinarian, journey in improving equine care through objective motion analysis.

"Together, we’re stronger than on our own"

Meet Aminda Ingulfson's horse dream team, including top vets Helena Gunnarsson and Enar Tollig. Read how they use Sleip for horse well-being in our blog.