One Source Horse launches online tool and website that allows horse owners, trainers and other equine professionals to stay connected and better manage their activities and business transactions.
Online PR News – 28-March-2012 – Lyndeborough – Lyndeborough, NH - One Source Horse (www.onesourcehorse.com) announced today a new website for equestrians created by equestrians. The new online application provides amateur and professional horse owners a way to document, store and share important information about all aspects of their equine activities and horse care. Stored on the web, information is accessible whenever and where ever users need it, and can easily be shared with veterinarians, trainers, barn managers, and other key members of their equine community.
The proprietary application provides users with profile-specific dashboards that guide them through all of the tasks they can perform. Tasks include creating profiles for their horses that encompass a broad range of information, such as ownership history, lineage, medical history, daily care, feeding schedules, tack requirements, and track other important information to better support the horse and rider. The One Source Horse site is free for users and Information is secure and confidential unless the user opts to share it with others. When sharing information with others, the owner may be selective, sharing as much or as little data needed to assure care continuity for their horses.
“Managing your horse habit just got a lot easier and more efficient,” says Tracey Turner, One Source Horse (OSH) Founder. “We had two goals in mind when we decided to pursue this venture. The first was to allow those in the horse community to spend less time on paperwork and more time in the barn doing what they love. The second was to provide a paperless, information sharing application that is capable of connecting everyone involved with a profiled horse, resulting in better management and care of that horse. It’s a big win for horses and their owners.”
Vets, farriers and other equine professionals may use the OSH site to store and share information with their clients, such as vaccination appointments, Coggins test results and MRI files. Phase 1 of the One Source Horse release focuses on storing and tracking important horse information, such as equine medical records. Future releases will expand on the site’s information tracking capabilities and offer proprietary content to support the training, competition, business and equipment needs of OSH users.
One Source Horse can be visited at www.OneSourceHorse.com or can also be found on Facebook for all the latest updates and events the company will attend throughout the coming show season.