Statistics, Exporting & Elevation
Export fence numbers to scoring system
If your scoring system has a bulk import function you can save a lot of typing and avoid errors by extracting the fence numbers directly from the course
Step by Step
- Upload the course from CrossCountry App to the Toolkit
- Open the course in the Toolkit
- Tap the stats button
- Tap Export and the drop down 'Efforts only as csv'
- Save the csv file
- Open the csv file and copy the columns you require
- Paste them into your scoring system
Statistics, export track & lists
Including how to export a track to KML and a fence list to CSV.
Visualise elevation using Google Earth
Exporting a course to Google Earth is a powerful way to see terrain and precise gradients and where fences are positioned on uphill or downhill slopes. If you are a rider going to a new event, check how hilly it is so you can make sure your horse is fit