SUCCEED® Blog:

Where #SeriousHorsePeople come to better understand digestive health in horses and its impact and management.

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For Lissa Green Eventing, SUCCEED is Like a Safety Net

Lissa Green tried to choose a career that didn’t involve horses. She studied Criminology and Forensic Science at Bristol University in southwest England. She worked in telemarketing for a winter. She even became an elementary […]

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In Memoriam: Dr. Franklin L. Pellegrini

I am sad to report that Dr. Frank Pellegrini passed away on December 22, 2016. Franklin Louis Pellegrini, DVM was a remarkable equine veterinarian, a true genius without whom SUCCEED likely would not exist today. […]

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Equitation Science Shows the Value of Equine GI Health

This article provides an introductory look at the field of scientific research and education known as “equitation science.” It introduces equitation science and how it relates to and informs a better understanding of digestive health […]

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Myth: Second Cutting Hay is the Best Quality for Horses

Tired of paying more for second cutting hay than your livestock neighbors pay for supposedly “lower quality” hay from first or third cuttings? Then we have good news for you. It is a myth that […]

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Meet AUS Eventer Bill Levett, and Why He Feeds SUCCEED

Australian eventer Bill Levett, who’s lived and competed in England since 1994, can pinpoint the exact moment he decided to pursue eventing as a career: watching legendary Australian eventer Andrew Hoy on TV, competing in […]

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Myth: SUCCEED is Just Another Equine Digestive Health Supplement

The market for equine digestive health supplements has exploded in recent years. This growth can be attributed to greater demand among both veterinarians and other professional caregivers as well as owners. In either case, because […]

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