Watch the video tutorial here.

Image of a rider holding the heart rate transmitter and heart rate band

Step 1

Snap the heart rate transmitter to the electrode pocket on the belt and close the pocket.

Image of a rider putting heart rate band on the horse

Step 2

Standing on the left side of the horse, place the belt over the horse’s withers and secure the slide closure. Adjust the tightness of the belt to ensure that it is snug against the horse’s barrel.

Image of a horse wearing the heart rate band

Step 3

Rotate the belt so the transmitter is about two-thirds down the horse’s barrel.

Note: Most horses will be comfortable with the slide closure below the elbow, but you may need to adjust its placement based on the horse’s conformation.

Image of rider adjusting the slider behind the horse's elbow
Image of rider applying gel to heart rate band sensors

Step 4

Flip over belt, apply gel to both top and bottom electrodes, and flip back into place.

Image of rider tacking up horse

Step 5

Tack up the horse as you normally would, ensuring that the sensor pocket is in front of the girth, and recheck belt tightness.

Image of a rider checking tightness of heart rate band with saddle on
Correct placement with heart rate monitor in front of girth.

Correct placement with heart rate monitor in front of girth.

Incorrect placement with the heart rate monitor behind the girth.

Incorrect placement with the heart rate monitor behind the girth.

Image of a rider confirming heart rate in the KER ClockIt app

Step 6

Open the KER ClockIt Sport app and start a new session. Swipe the map to the left to confirm the heart rate signal.

Image of a rider confirming heart rate in the KER ClockIt app

Start your session and enjoy your ride!

After your ride, remove transmitter from the belt, rinse the belt under running water, and hang to dry.

Log in to your KER ClockIt Sport web app to view your session details, view reports, and more. Learn more about monitoring your horse’s fitness with KER ClockIt Sport and get step-by-step guides to using reporting features here.