How to record a Horse Profile Note

How to record a Horse Profile Note

In addition to Horse Notes that can be recorded on specific dates, you can now record a more generic Horse Note on the Horse Profile.

This Horse Note is not date-specific. It may be suitable for general notes such as horse allergies, horse behavioural vices and safety precautions for staff - among other uses.

Go to the Horse Profile.

If a Horse Note does not already exist, click the Add Note button and add your new Horse Note.

If a Horse Note already exists, simply click in the Note and edit.

This Horse Note will progressively be available on various reports. It is now available on the new Breeding Worksheet and the Service Worksheet for our Stallion and Broodmare farm clients.

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