To count hit number and detect the intensity of applied hits to horses during the race.
To determine the penalties that will be given to the jockey accurately on numerical, objective figures.
To avoid suffering of race horses.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
BEFORE THE RACE
-Before the race, the jockey sits on the weighing chair and puts the whip into the reading slot.
-Here, all the information about the rider transfers to the whip.
-Every whip is matched with a jockey.
DURING THE RACE
-Every whip actions are recorded.
-Every hit applied by jockey are recorded in terms of energy unit.
-In case of over whipping, the led light blinks to warn jockey.
AFTER THE RACE
-The rider once again sits on the weighing chair and places whip in to reading slot.
-Here, all the data recorded during the race is transferred to the Stewards computer.
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