Sleip News


New features in the Sleip App

The new comparison functionality allows you to view and quantify changes in asymmetry. Clear graphical comparisons as well as percentage change between one recording and another make it easier to monitor horses over time or compare data before and after intervention.


Equine Gait Analysis Society collaborates with Sleip

Taking horse health and performance to the next level: Equine Gait Analysis Society collaborates with Sleip to bridge the gap between science and clinical practice  


Study validating precision of Sleip technology published

Study validating precision of Sleip technology published: Comparing smartphone computer vision for equine lameness assessment to multi-camera motion capture


Meet us at Jumping Amsterdam 2023

The international equestrian event Jumping Amsterdam draws some of the world’s best riders, for four days of dressage and show jumping competitions, including FEI world cup events. 

In the media

De Paardenkrant: Use of objective gait analysis at competition vet checks

Positive responses all around following a new approach to vet checks at the equestrian event “Nextquestrian”, held at Manege de Hooge Weg in Raalte, the Netherlands last Friday.


Top US vets bring Sleip into their daily practices

The US has quickly become one of Sleip’s fastest-growing markets, with both large clinics and solo vets now integrating the use of the Sleip app as part of their daily practice. 


Sleip powers up product design and marketing capabilities

The three new hires, UX/UI designer Katarina Schultz and digital and content marketing specialists Irina Savelieva and Laszlo Szabo make a strong addition to the growing Sleip team.  


What’s on Marcus Swail’s phone?

“Bring that horse out, I’m going to sleip her!”  Marcus Swail has made objective gait analysis part of the everyday, both at his clinic in Ireland and in his work as team vet for the Irish national teams.


Aagje Hardeman joins Sleip as Global Customer Success Manager

With extensive experience as a clinical veterinarian and researcher Aagje Hardeman is a respected name in the equine community. She joins the growing Sleip team as of October 1, 2022.