System procedures in Ardex perform special functions in the background, updating horse location status and daily charge rate, category, breeding and foaling information and other relevant details. Following is a list of frequently implemented and used system procedures, if any of the procedures listed are not currently available in your database and you feel they would be of use to your business please contact Ardex for a system procedure implementation quote.

Please note that system procedures cannot be implemented from within the Ardex user interface. If you create a procedure with the same name as a system procedure, it will not perform as if it is a system procedure. System procedures are implemented in the background by an Ardex programmer.

Agistment Changed

Change location status, daily charge rate and property for horse.

Arrival

Record that a horse has arrived to a property, location status and daily charge rate.

Born

This procedure is recorded automatically in the background when the Mare Foaled procedure is recorded, as a record of birth of the foal.

Changed to Brood Mare

Change horse Type to Brood Mare.

Changed to Racehorse

Change horse Type to Racehorse.

Changed to Speller

Change horse Type to Speller.

Changed to Stallion

Change horse Type to Stallion.

Changed to Weanling

Change horse Type to Weanling.

Changed to Yearling

Change horse Type to Yearling.

Departed

Record that a horse has departed from a property (and should no longer be charged daily agistment or training).

Died

Record the death of a horse.

DOD arrived

Official document of description for a horse has arrived.

DOD sent

Official document of description for a horse has been sent.

Final Scan Positive - Last Season

If you forget to record details of positive pregnancy scans on a mare last breeding season, and then the mare foals this season, this procedure will record final scan positive results on the Mare so that foaling can be completed in the current season.

Foal Weaned

Record that a Foal has been weaned from a Mare.

Height

Record the height of a horse.

Mare - Foster Mare

Where a foal is adopted by a mare this procedure will establish the new relationship of mare and foal. This procedure is sometimes used where the mare and foal each exist in Ardex, but there is no established relationship between them.

Mare Barren

Record that a Mare is not capable of becoming pregnant this season.

Mare Foaled

Record that a pregnant Mare has given birth to a Foal. Colour, sex and time of birth of the foal must be recorded. A Birth procedure will be recorded automatically when Mare Foaled is recorded, and the new foal created in your database.

Mare Ovulated

Record that a Mare has ovulated.

Mare Pg'ed

Treatment administered to Mare to bring her in season for mating.

Mare Served

Mare served by Stallion (mated).

Mare Slipped

Mare pregnancy terminated.

Movement

Change location status, daily charge rate and property for horse.

Movement - external

Record movement of horse into new paddock off farm.

Movement - Paddock

Record movement of all horses in one paddock to another.

Movement With Communication

Change location status, daily charge rate and property for horse and communicate the movement to owners of the horse.

Photo

Add a photo to the photos & images tab on the horse information screen.

Pregnancy Test Negative

Record that a mare is not pregnant.

Pregnancy Test Positive

Record that a mare is pregnant.

Scan 1 Negative

First pregnancy scan negative.

Scan 1 Positive

First pregnancy scan positive.

Scan 2 Negative

Second pregnancy scan negative.

Scan 2 Positive

Second pregnancy scan positive.

Slipped - Current Season

Mare pregnancy terminated – current season.

Weight

Record the weight of a horse.

Tip: System procedures can be renamed and they will still perform the same function, but it is generally a good idea not to do this. Any new staff member contacting Ardex technical support for advice on recording mare foaling, or foal weaning, or change of agistment, will be given advice on the assumption that system procedures are named as above. Therefore renaming system procedures, or creating non-system procedures with similar names, often leads to confusion.

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