Revolutionary multi-million pound system that trains young horses

Lambourn is about to give birth to one of the most unusual projects in the history of
preparing young racehorses, a £6.5 million scheme that its founder predicts will
revolutionise training.
The KurtSystem, a futuristic construction that its inventor, Mehmet Kurt, believes
eliminates breakdowns in young animals caused by rider error, as well as
strengthening muscles and bones, is about to be built at Kingwood Stud.
The prototype was developed using more than 1,000 horses on Kurt’s farm in
southern Turkey. The horses are harnessed within what looks a little like a
rollercoaster, running along an overheard rail, which can monitor their heartbeat and
breathing. Under constant supervision, the horses move at varying speeds on a mileround
all-weather track.

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