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

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Let Show Horses Be Horses

What is your mental image of a normal horse? For the serious equestrian it may include a BCS of 4.5, a well-muscled topline, a sleek hair coat, well-groomed mane and tail, clipped face, ears and […]

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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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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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Christina Vinios and Folkestone OLD Winning with SUCCEED

Christina Vinios and her Oldenburg gelding, Folkestone OLD, celebrated the end of 2015 with two National Championship titles. Their first, the USA Developing Horse Prix St. Georges Championship in August, was augmented by a second […]

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Young Dressage Rider Lillian Simons Moves Up with SUCCEED

Lillian Simons, a talented young dressage rider competing in the FEI Young Rider division, started riding at age 3. By age 5, she was enrolled in Pony Club, working her way up through the levels […]

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Congratulations to Sandra Hughes and Thunder and Roses, 2015 Irish Grand National Winners

Just a few short months after obtaining her own trainers license and officially taking over her legendary father’s, Dessie T. Hughes, stable in The Curraugh, Ireland, Sandra Hughes has won the historic and prestigious Irish […]

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