SUCCEED® Blog:

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

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3 Factors to Evaluate Nutrition for Horses & Your Feed Program

As horse owners, trainers, breeders, and managers the most basic issue we address daily is what to feed our horses. There are countless types of hard feeds, hay and roughage out there to choose from, […]

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Driving Champion Chester Weber Feeds SUCCEED to Power His Team

For Chester Weber, a four-in-hand driving champion based in Ocala, Florida, 2014 is starting out in a big way, in an already impressive career. He was named one of the USEF’s “Equestrians of Honor” in […]

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SUCCEED Sponsored Rider Tip – Chester Weber: Weigh Your Horses Before you Determine What to Feed Them

Weber, a 10-time winner of the USEF Four-In-Hand Champion and a multiple medalist at the World Equestrian Games and the World Driving Championships, has a barn full of powerful, well-muscled Mixed Warmbloods. His horses weigh […]

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Monday Myth #31: Every Horse Needs SUCCEED

Horses that are on SUCCEED come in all shapes, sizes, colors and walks of life. There is no “typical” breed of SUCCEED user, and no particular discipline that defines the SUCCEED horse. Horses from Tennessee […]

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Monday Myth #30: The benefits of using SUCCEED are only GI-health related

Trainers and riders often seek out SUCCEED initially because their horse’s GI health is a concern. Whether it’s a specific issue in the horse, or just a “nervous” horse, the owner or rider might suspect […]

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New Year, New Horse for Rebecca and Mr. Popps

Congratulations to Rebecca and her thoroughbred Mr. Popps on winning the “New Year, New Horse” 2014 Contest.  The pair garnered the most “likes” on our NYNH Facebook album where we shared their photo and 2014 […]

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