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International Event Rider William Fox-Pitt Endorses Our Service

Monday, June 15, 2015  ‹ Back To Latest News List

SyncThermology are proud to announce that International Event Rider William Fox-Pitt endorses our service and supports the work we do to improve equine diagnosis and preventive medicine.

As you can imagine our team are delighted to have him supporting our service, we have been pioneering clinical standard thermology where veterinary interpretation is standard for over 7 years now. Having our work recognised by professionals such as William, we feel reflects our  professionalism. William and his horse Chilli Morning recently won Badminton Horse Trials 2015 and we will be providing screening services to Team Fox-Pitt throughout the season to assist with the preventative care of their horses.

Working with elite performance horses is always extremely interesting as our service can make a significant difference to preventative health care.  Detecting injury and discomfort at an early stage along with monitoring areas of concern can help riders and their team of professionals to provide the best treatment and care for their horses. The physiological testing service that we provide helps to monitor health over a period of time, once we know what is normal we are able to isolate regions of concern that can be investigated by the team’s veterinary surgeons and professionals. William is working with us to help raise awareness of our technology and the service we provide. Here are a few words from him:

“My team work with SyncEquine to assist us with the preventative care of my horses. SyncEquine provide a professional, scientific and evidence based service that we can rely on”

William Fox-Pitt

William was the first British rider to become eventing’s World No 1, a distinction he achieved in 2002, 2009, 2010 and again in 2014.  He has represented his country consistently over the past 16 years, winning team Silver at the 2012 London Olympics, team Silver at the 2004 Athens Olympics, team Bronze at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, team Silver and Individual Bronze at the 2014 World Equestrian Games in Normandy, Individual Bronze at the 2013 European Championships in Malmo, team Gold and Individual Silver at the 2010 World Equestrian Games in Kentucky, team Silver at the 2006 World Equestrian Games in Aachen, and team Bronze at the 2002 World Equestrian Games in Jerez.  He has won seven team Gold medals at the European Championships and has been the British No 1 eleven times.



To read more about William and his team take a look at their website and event blog.