Advantages of having a V38 Equine Treadmill :

The V38 treadmill offers several advantages and enables users to control the speed, duration, intensity and incline on a uniformly consistent and safe surface. The V38 has a range of capabilities and can cater for full speed work for racehorses, being able to reach a speed of 50kmph to offering the option of controlling incline to build muscles for rehabilitation or sales preparation.

The V38 is very popular among many of the world’s leading racehorse trainers, among other disciplines, due to its durability, high speed motor and ease of use and control. It offers a perfect platform for training horses as individuals, monitoring heart rates and taking blood lactates and increasing the chances of getting your horse to optimum fitness. With no weight on its back and no interference from a rider, training can become a simple and enjoyable experience again for certain horses who may not enjoy the normal routine or are difficult in the mornings. Due to the surface it leads to a much safer exercise environment and offers ease of access to monitor a horses gait or listen to their wind.

Rehabilitation has become a major area of concern for many people in the equine world and the V38 offers a way of bringing horses back into work slowly and steadily, in a controlled manner at their own pace. The V38 offers the chance to build a horse up again exactly as you want without putting them under any stress whilst also saving a lot of time. The V38 can be used inside an enclosed area and so can be operational during all types of weather conditions or in areas of limited space.

Industry Leaders Who Have Chosen The V38 And Some Reasons Why :


ü       Controlled exercise environment – ideal for fresh or tricky types.

ü       Easy to observe irregularities in gait.

ü       Develops stronger, better aligned tendons.

ü       Less time consuming staff wise.

ü       Great for sweetening up a horse, no one pulling it about.

ü       Optimum and correct use of back and hind quarter muscles.

ü       Continuous flat surface – limits rotation of the joints.

ü       Right level of concussion – perfect for bone development and health.

ü       Great for warming up horses prior to work.

ü       Variable speed and gradient control.

ü       Can work within limited space confines.

ü       Ideal for many veterinary procedures, scoping etc.

ü       Perfect for bringing horses back into work after injury.

ü       Keeps weight off an animal in rehabilitation.

ü       Can tailor make individual training programs to suit.

ü       Proven track record of durability.

ü       Specifically designed for racehorses – can reach speeds of up to 50kmph.

ü       Incline of up to 7 degrees.

ü       Very easy maintenance.

ü       Manual speed control – more accurate management of intensity/ duration of work.

ü       Easy to use controls.

ü       Dedicated service teams around the world.


      Coolmore (IRL)

Juddmonte Farms (USA)

Godolphin (UK, UAE)

Shadai Farm (JPN)

Shadwell (UK)

Mike de Kock (UK,UAE,SA)

RWITC,Mumbai (IND)

John Hammond (FRA)

Steve Burridge (SGP)

Gary Alton (NZ)

Aquanita (AUS)

Fawzi Nass (BHN, UK)

Shadai Farm (JPN)

Ralph Beckett (UK)

Peter Wolesley (S Korea)

Liberty Farm (JPN)

Eclipse Stable (IND)

Con Marnane (IRL)

Kevin Ryan (UK)

Malkinsky Stud (RUS)