SUCCEED® Blog:

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

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Myth: I Can Duplicate SUCCEED Digestive Conditioning Program

There’s a myth out there, perpetuated among some horse owners and forum regulars, that SUCCEED can be duplicated in the kitchen inexpensively in bulk  using off-the-shelf ingredients. Proponents suggest that it’s possible to read the […]

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Anissa Arnett: 2015 NSBA Heroes on Horses World Champion

Anissa Arnett was on her way to the National Snaffle Bit Association World Championship Show in Tulsa, Oklahoma, to compete in one of the two the Heroes on Horses classes, when she got a phone […]

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Eventer Jennie Brannigan’s SmartPaks Always Include SUCCEED

Most professional riders hone in on one particular discipline early on in their careers, focusing solely on show jumping, eventing, reining, polo or some other specific equestrian sport. Jennie Brannigan, a professional event rider based […]

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Monday Myth: Feed Horses Corn Oil for Weight and Shine

Horse owners have widely different approaches to what goes in our horse’s feed. Oats, pellets, chaff, grain and sweet feed have been popular at various times, but nearly all horse owners agree on one ingredient: […]

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SUCCEED Case Study: Sport Horse’s Lameness Troubles Vanish with Healthier Gut

Photo: Wayne Jones Photography Very little is more discouraging than an unrideable horse due to lameness or a sudden deterioration in behavior. Except maybe when lameness exams, ultrasounds, X-rays, and other diagnostic efforts fail to […]

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Myth: Beet Pulp is High in Sugar & Shouldn't Be Fed to Horses

If you’re driving through Minnesota, Michigan or North Dakota in late September or October, you might notice harvesters working hard to get that year’s supply of sugar beets into trucks and on the way to […]

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