Features for Farriers – Software app provides better documentation after your visits with your #horse customers. #app #equestrianapp #farrier

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I’m busy working on the next big update to The Equestrian App for Farriers!  I thought it would be nice to share the progress as I work towards launching these features the 1st week of January.

The Equestrian App is all about connecting people in the care and enjoyment of the horse and that includes all those equine businesses that support these horses.   The first week of December of 2018 I released features for equine business that board horses.  Within just a couple weeks, the signups for these boarding businesses has been fantastic with over 1,000 stalls being created and horses associated to them.  The Equestrian App is helping these boarding businesses get staff all on the same page providing the best care for the horses in their barns alone with connecting them back to their owners that miss them.    All these new boarding features are FREE too!

Here’s a customer quote:

“Patrick it is amazing! I’m so excited to get everyone on it! This is what I needed, I will be able to see what we have available and what is going on even if I’m not at the barn when someone inquires. I just need to work on getting the care providers on the app! You did a fantastic job and I appreciate how much of my input you chose to include, I hope it helps others as much as it will me.”  VIP Equine

Now as I move onto the Farrier business, I’ve been creating custom calendars, horse lists, detailed visit history capture with pictures and a running history of visits with each horse.   These are really powerful features for Farriers because it not only documents the visit and leave behind details horse owning customers with love, but it also provides a visit history so farriers are always in the know about every horse they care for.

Again, all these awesome features for Farriers will be FREE too!  It goes with our mission of connecting everyone around the care and enjoyment of the horse.

Enjoy, Patrick

 

We just made the running of a horse boarding facility a heck of a lot easier. #horses #equine #business #app

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New release today! I’m turning on features to support all the equine businesses out there within The Equestrian App. Today we released features for boarding facilities that will greatly increase the communication in the barn, provide the right feedings to each specific horses needs, along with special care instructions and emergency contact information for the horses. These features greatly increase the efficiencies in the barn along with providing the best care and services for our equine customers.

Coming soon features for Farriers, Trainers, Instructors and more!

https://equestrianapp.com

What’s next for The Equestrian App? Everything to make your equine business more productive and engaging. #horses #apps

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Now the fun begins.  For several months I’ve been laying the ground work of establishing an app that horse owners would use every week.  Horses, Feeding, Care, Contacts, Connecting and Social features that allows equestrians to “Stay Connected” to each other and the horse.  I know I’m on the right path as my 6 month registration goal has been 10x in growth already.  The users of the app have voted with their downloads and use!

But now it is time to provide all those equine businesses with special features that allow them to connect to the owners and horses by providing a level of service and information the horse owners have never seen or had before!   Seriously, being a boarding facility or a farrier or an instructor and providing an enhanced customer experience, at ZERO cost, is just plain smart business!   Once everyone is connected around the horse, the data history from all the providers provides better care and health for the horse in the long term.   And that’s our ultimate goal isn’t it?

Your customers will THANK YOU more and maybe even pay you more for this new and unexpected level of service.

When is it coming?  Soon.  Almost as fast as your horse coming to get a carrot.

Enjoy, Patrick