Reserve Your StallWatch System for WEF
Friday, January 24, 2014
Wellington, FL - January 24, 2014 - StallWatch is the only portable equine surveillance system, specifically developed for the equestrian world that allows you to monitor your horses, tack, equipment and barn area 24/7 on your smart phone, tablet or personal computer while you're at home or at the show.
Riders competing in the Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF) may have noticed StallWatch cameras protecting horses in all four permanent barns, the tents and in the FEI area at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center. StallWatch clients with horses at WEF benefit from the ability to check on their horses remotely from their smart phones. "You can be anywhere and see it, and the cameras can be picked up and moved anywhere in the U.S.," said Darla Duncan of StallWatch.
StallWatch has developed affordable, short-term, seasonal rentals specifically tailored to WEF and Global Dressage Festival participants. Top horsemen in all disciplines, including the show and horseracing world, are singing the praises of their StallWatch systems. StallWatch clients enjoy not only the convenience, but also the peace of mind the system provides.
The StallWatch system has helped to alert trainers and stable managers of cast horses, reducing the potential for injury. It has caught cases of colic early so action could be taken, potentially saving horses' lives. StallWatch has helped to keep an eye on foaling mares and protected valuable racehorses with extra security. In fact, the system was used at all three 2013 Triple Crown races and the 2013 Breeders Cup. It has even helped to catch a thief at a popular horse show. With all the accolades the system has received, the list of happy StallWatch clients grows daily.
"This is such an important product because our horses are our most important asset," said international grand prix rider, Debbie Stephens. "I can't say enough good things about it."
StallWatch is a portable video surveillance service for remotely viewing and recording horses in their stalls at the show or at home. 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, along with organizations like the Kentucky Racing Commission and the New York Racing Association, 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