The equine digestive tract is central to a horse’s overall health and ability to perform to potential. That’s why people serious about their horses make supporting digestive health a priority.
Of course, keeping a horse’s digestive system healthy is more than just avoiding problems. Serious horse people know that managing digestive health means ensuring that the horse can effectively and efficiently absorb nutrients from its feed. And that’s why serious horse people the world over rely on SUCCEED, a nutritional approach to managing the horse’s complete digestive health.
SUCCEED® Veterinary Formula for Superior Digestive Support
Backed by the
SUCCEED Healthy Gut Commitment.
SUCCEED Veterinary Formula in
oral paste syringes
1 – 26.5g serving per oral syringe
30 oral syringes per carton
(Speak with your veterinarian for pricing.)
SUCCEED® Veterinary Formula Ingredients
SUCCEED Veterinary Formula includes the same base ingredients as in original SUCCEED:
Plus additional nutrients for the advanced support of:
L-Threonine, L-Proline and L-Serine are amino acids that support the normal production of mucus in healthy animals, which coats the wall of the entire GI tract.
L-Glutamine is an amino acid that provides fuel for muscles and also supplies nitrogen to the immune cells of the intestinal mucosa.
GI Tract Muscle
L-Leucine, L-Isoleucine and L-Lysine are amino acids that support healthy muscle tone and overall performance.
Product Labeling and Guaranteed
Learn more about SUCCEED Veterinary Formula’s ingredients
Serious horse people also know that SUCCEED is backed by rigorous scientific studies. To learn more, details are available in the SUCCEED Veterinary Center.
Backed by the SUCCEED® Healthy
SUCCEED Veterinary Formula comes backed by our SUCCEED Healthy Gut Commitment, a special program ensuring that you and your veterinarian are covered – up to $15,000 – if SUCCEED does not live up to its promise of optimal GI health.
(Currently available only in the U.S.)
Talk to Your Veterinarian
Ready to try SUCCEED Veterinary Formula? Talk to your veterinarian for more information and to purchase.