Kentucky Horse Racing Commission Sold on StallWatch Portable Surveillance
Friday, May 31, 2013
"StallWatch put a demonstration up in the barn," said Marc Guilfoil, Deputy Executive Director of the KHRC. "We watched them install it and we had it on our cell phones. For about two weeks we played with it to see if it was what we wanted. Obviously, once you see it, you realize it's what you need."
The KHRC had a camera installed at Gate Five at Churchill Downs, the main gate back and forth to the barn area.
"It is one of the better tools in the toolbox," Guilford said. The safety and welfare of the horses--that's what we're here for."
What was a negative became a positive. Rodriguez loved the system that allowed him and the KHRC to watch over Vyjack. The system allowed him to see that his horse was safe and well.
"I really like the cameras, especially the way they set everything up," Rodgriguez said about the StallWatch system. "To be able to watch on the phone-it's peace of mind-amazing. To me, everybody should be using it."
StallWatch is a portable video surveillance service for remotely viewing and recording horses in their stalls at the show, competition or at the home barn. StallWatch uses network enabled wireless cameras to provide customers with round-the-clock viewing and recording from their personal computers and mobile devices through the 3G cellular connection.
StallWatch clients read like a "who's who" of the horse world. Riders and trainers like McLain Ward, Margie Engle, Debbie Stephens, Michael Matz, Ivan Rakowsky, top reiner Josh Lyons and organizations like the Kentucky Racing Commission have discovered the benefits of StallWatch. The system is both practical and affordable and available now for the average horse enthusiast.
To find out more about the StallWatch portable surveillance system, go to: http://www.stallwatch.com
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