How to export trainings

Modified on Wed, 24 Apr at 11:09 AM

The ability to export trainings is available to Equilab Premium subscribers. To see what else is included in the subscription, check out this article.

Export your path/track from riding

If you want to export a path you rode - for instance, to share to another tool such as Google Maps - you can easily do so through the app! Simply take the following steps to export a ride's map as a GPX file:

  • Open the Equilab app, and navigate to the ride you want to export
    • You can do so via your Feed, Calendar, or Training list on your profile

  • Tap on the training to view its summary
  • In the upper right corner press the three dots ("Edit" button)
  • Select the option to "Export as GPX"
  • Choose where you want to share/store the file (it will open a sharing menu)

GPX is a standard format of location-based files, which makes it possible to upload into many mapping/navigation applications. 

Export all trainings

Equilab makes it easy to export all of your recorded trainings from your account or for a specific horse. You can do so by opening Equilab and taking the following steps:

  • Navigate to the Trends tab
  • Select the horse/me that you want to export for in upper left corner
  • Set the dates you want to export for in upper right corner
  • Press Export
  • Press Selected Period
  • Choose where you want to share/save it (a menu will open on your device to select an option)
  • Open up the exported file with a spreadsheet tool (such as Microsoft Excel, Apple's Numbers, or Google Sheets) to review and analyze the data.

If your favorite spreadsheet tool does not automatically format it correctly, check out these guides on how to make it easier to view (or search for "[Insert name of tool] csv to columns" instructions via Google): 

The values that will be exported for each training include the following (units in parentheses):

  • Date
  • Time
  • Horse Training Type
  • Duration by Gaits: Walk/Trot/Canter/Tolt (sec)
  • Total Duration (sec)
  • Distance by Gaits: Walk/Trot/Canter/Tolt (m)
  • Total Distance (m)
  • Pace by Gaits: Walk/Trot/Canter/Tolt (m/s)
  • Total Average Pace (m/s)
  • Stride by Gaits: Walk/Trot/Canter/Tolt (m)
  • Total Stride (m)
  • Beat by Gaits: Walk/Trot/Canter/Tolt (sec/step count)
  • Total Beat (s/Step count)
  • Step count by Gaits: Walk/Trot/Canter/Tolt
  • Total step count
  • Total Left Turn Duration (sec)
  • Total Right Turn Duration (sec)
  • Total Transition Count
  • Transitions Counts for:
    • Stand -> Walk
    • Stand -> Trot
    • Stand -> Canter
    • Stand -> Tolt
    • Walk -> Stand
    • Walk -> Trot
    • Walk -> Canter
    • Walk -> Tolt
    • Trot -> Stand
    • Trot -> Walk
    • Trot -> Canter
    • Trot -> Tolt
    • Canter -> Stand
    • Canter -> Walk
    • Canter -> Trot
    • Canter -> Tolt
    • Tolt -> Stand
    • Tolt -> Walk
    • Tolt -> Trot
    • Tolt -> Canter

  • Ground
  • Horse performance (1-5)
  • Rider performance (1-5)
  • Training note

We hope this information helps you jumpstart your and your horse's riding routines. If you have any additional questions, please feel free to contact us at We're always here to help.

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