Coming 2017

The World's First Rehabilitative Legwear for Horses

Soundness Through Science

FastTrack Coming 2017

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Introducing FastTrack™ - the world’s first rehabilitative legwear for horses. Made of aircraft grade aluminum and titanium, and based on structural and material-science advances found in human implants, FastTrack™ enables early mobilization and out-of-the-stall load-bearing exercise for horses that have sustained flexor apparatus injuries. Based on years of innovation and research, FastTrack™ has demonstrated that it can limit excessive extension of the lame horse’s fetlock joint, thereby significantly reducing loads on the injured tendons and preventing re-injury. As a result, your horse can safely resume moderate exercise without exacerbating the injury and can recover more quickly.

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The Science Behind FastTrack

Horsepower Technologies™ has demonstrated that by effectively limiting maximum fetlock extension through our innovative equine rehabilitative legwear, weight-bearing forces can be sufficiently redirected away from the healing flexor tendons and ligaments to allow the horse to safely perform moderate exercise and thereby recover more quickly and fully – dramatically improving lameness rehabilitation and recovery outcomes. The Company has been awarded numerous patents, and has presented its findings at several national and international scientific conferences.

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Horsepower Technologies

creates products that promote equine health and welfare, and is dedicated to the prevention of equine suffering. All of Horsepower Technologies’ products are based on sound and proven science and have been rigorously tested in the lab and on horses.

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FastTrack can mitigate fetlock hyper-extension in fatigue which will help prevent lameness.

35% of the world's 4,500,000 athletic horses will become lame this year and be unable to train, perform, or race.

43% of event horses, unable to advance from training to competition, had flexor apparatus injury.

Singer ER et al.
The Veterinary Journal, 175: (1), 76-81. 2008