Passing on information in a digital system
In the three departments in Denmark, they have implemented Mosson Stable as a digital management system. The riders at Helgstrand normally have a list with horses they are responsible for together with their groom. They always try to keep the best match possible between horse and rider. Some of the horses stay with their riders for a long time, and some go on to either a different rider or a different location. When the horses change location or rider, they try to give the new rider and groom as much information about the horse as possible. In this way the riders can check if there is anything special about the horse, if it goes in the walker, what kind of bit, feed etc. The riders and grooms can write all this information in their own Mosson Stable app. In this way the riders are more prepared with more information about each horse they have on their list. The digital system also makes it easier for the grooms to keep track of when the horses should go to the farrier and how long it has been since last time.
When the horse is sold:
Selected information and history of each horse is not only being passed on between riders and grooms in the stables. When a horse finds his final owner and leaves for his new home, the new owner gets access to this information. Horses are being sold to professionals and amateur riders and to facilitate the best possible start, the new owner can access the history and data about the horse throughout the time it has been in the system. Information that the riders, grooms and administration has contributed with in the Mosson Stable system. That way the new owner is informed if the horse can go in the walker, in the paddock, what tack to use and so on.