Register
If you are using EPWA for the first time, you can create an account here. Enter your email address and password and click on Create. You can also create or log on to your account with your Facebook or Google account.
Once you have created an account, you can access all functions of the app.
Account - settings
In your settings you can add a photo of yourself and fill in your first and last name. Once logged in you can change your details by clicking on the pencil icon at the top right.
My stable - Add a horse or donkey
When you log into EPWA for the first time, you will see that your stable is completely empty. With the plus-button at the bottom right you can easily add a horse or donkey to your stable.

Add a photo by clicking on the purple area and choose a beautiful, landscape photo. In the fields below you can add various characteristics of your animal, such as breed, height and competition level. If you click on the information icon at the top right, you will get more information about adding multiple disciplines and breeds.

Diary
With the handy diary function you keep track of how much your horse has eaten, what medical treatment he has had and how long you have trained. Click on the plus button at the bottom to add the different items to your diary. Have you filled in the medication, for example? Save this data by clicking on the purple arrow at the top right.
Pain measurement body
With the composite pain scale you can determine whether your horse is in pain. You do this by counting the number of times your horse has a certain characteristic. Use the different icons here: If -for example- your horse kicks three times to his belly during the 5 minutes that the measurement lasts, you click on the corresponding icon three times. After the follow-up questions, the results will follow.
Pain measurement face
With the pain scale for facial expressions, you can determine whether your horse is in pain. You do this by counting the number of times your horse has a certain characteristic. Use the different icons here: If, for example, your horse flehms 3 times during the 2 minutes that the measurement lasts, you click on the corresponding icon three times. After the follow-up questions, the results will follow.
PPID check
Especially among older horses the condition PPID occurs regularly. Do you want to know if your horse is showing signs? With the PPID check you will find out. Answer the various questions and you will receive an indication.
Welfare tips
Good nutrition, housing and health ... all elements that are important to your horse. You can read more about it in the Welfare tips.