Timing off the Nose of the Horse There has been significant discussion recently about using the nose of the horse as the timing point for barrel racing. The goal, of course, is to improve the fairness of timing for all contestants. However, movement of the horse’s nose relative to its actual position on course (i.e., its body) is several times larger than movement of the horse’s chest. Because of this, timing off nose results in a larger random time variance for most riders versus timing with a single a single beam across the chest of the horse. Read more...
Check out our NEW timing system for Dog Agility and Fast CAT (lure
coursing). With re-designed light curtains that can span 20 feet across a track, the new timing system works equally well for both agility and Fast CAT.
The Show Jumping timer now supports up to four sets of electric eyes to allow more flexible course design. Support for Table II, Section
2D has also been added.