The fast and easy way to record the history of your horses

Everything you need to record performance, veterinary, farrier, feeding, dentistry, chiropractic, serving, foaling dates, pedigree, progeny and much more!

Trusted by People of all Disciplines

Trail Riding
Camp Drafting
Show Jumping
Station Work
and more!

People can access

Horse Management

Stable and Agistment Management

Event Recording

Performance Recording

People Management

Photo and Document Management

All in one secure place!

Add events on the go!

As you work with your horses, you can easily record what you've been up to.

Adding an event is as simple as a couple of clicks then selecting the event from a dropdown and tapping Add!

Your Event is then safely stored on the Cloud.

You can use our prepared list of events or create your own custom events - Easy!

Customise Event Types to suit you

Everyone manages their horses slightly differently. HorseRecords respects this by allowing you to hide the events you won't need and allowing you to add custom events of your own design.

Customise Timings on Repeat Events

HorseRecords knows that some events like farrier, tetanus and worming need to happen again and again.

We also know that some horses have different schedules than others. (e.g. consider the farrier needs of a horse in work, compared to a broodmare).

You can easily adjust the schedules of events on a per horse, or per stable level.

Performance Records

There is nothing better than seeing your horse do well at a Show, a Campdraft or on the Track.

You can also use this feature to record attendance at Clinics, Trail Rides and non-competitive activities.

Use HorseRecords to record your horse's performance quickly and easily.

When you're done - you can print the performance record to a PDF!

Record Pedigree and Progeny

We have developed a nice interface for you to record your Horse Pedigree and Progeny.

The pedigree auto fills so if you have entered a horse before - you won't have to enter it again.

A really great feature that many people tell us they completely love!

Upload Photos and Documents

You can save photos and documents of your horse all on HorseRecords.

Great for conformation photos or scans of registration certificates.

You can also make your favourite photo your horse's avatar,

All photos and files are saved securely in the Cloud.

Stable Management

HorseRecords allows you to group your horses together and share the management of them with other people.

This is perfect if you are managing a Stud, Racing Stable or Agistment centre.

You can assign sensible permissions to people depending on their roles. An Owner and Manager would have full permissions while a stable hand would perhaps be able to record events but not edit the horse itself.

If you are managing a horse on behalf of a customer (in the case of Agistment Centres or Racing Stables for example) you can just give them read only access.

If you are really keen - why not give your vet, farrier or chiropractor access to record their notes, dental records or genetic test results on your HorseRecords?

Stay in Touch

HorseRecords lets you keep a list of contacts.

This allows you to readily share access to the management of your horses with them.

This is integral to the Stable Management above.

Transfer Records

Imagine buying a horse and getting all the records of that horse since it foaled delivered to you.

That level of information would be invaluable - particularly regarding vaccinations.

HorseRecords allows you to easily send or receive records as horses are sold or leased out.


HorseRecords provides you with a secure API so that your website can be updated automatically when you update your horse's records in HorseRecords.

No more double entering of the same data!

And much more!

HorseRecords is under constant development - we won't be resting on our laurels any time soon!

There is more in HorseRecords that we could fit on this page, such as print-outs of your horse's profile that includes an image, pedigree and selected events.

So why not give us a go?

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