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Welcome New Zealand’s Lizzie Brown Eventing to Team SUCCEED

25-year-old Kiwi eventer Lizzie Brown officially arrived on the international scene when she won the Boekelo CCI3* with Henton Attorney General in October 2013. While that win launched her into a bright future with the […]

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SUCCEED again to sponsor NSBA World Show

SUCCEED is excited to return as a corporate sponsor of the National Snaffle Bit Association World Championship Show for the fourth straight year. As part of the sponsorship, SUCCEED will also continue to be the […]

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Pot Bellied Horse? Don't Reduce Feed, Start Exercising.

Pot bellies can afflict virtually any horse, not just ponies or senior pasture pets. When your gelding is looking more and more like he’s pregnant your first inclination may be to cut back his feed […]

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Vets With Horsepower Update

Thanks to Dr. John Buford for this update on the first week of the Vets with Horsepower European Ride 2014. The Vets with Horsepower event has SUCCEEDed in reaching St Petersburg, Russia. The first week […]

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Vets with Horsepower, Sponsored by SUCCEED, Bike for a Cause

Twelve veterinarians with motorbikes. 2,700 miles and 10 European countries in 16 days. Eight educational talks for up to 600 vets. Two charities reaping the benefits. That about sums up the fourth annual Vets with […]

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Monday Myth #36: Horses Get Adequate Fiber from 2 Flakes of Hay Twice a Day

Many horse owners have a daily routine that looks something like this: Feed one scoop of grain and two flakes of hay at 6 am. Ride at 8. Turn out from 2-4 pm (if it’s […]

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