Why Serious Horse Person Jordan Larson Uses SUCCEED®

Reiner Jordan Larson

Reiner Jordan Larson specializes in training and managing high-quality futurity and derby horses for clients based out of his Whitesboro, Texas training facility. Competitions take Jordan and his team all over the country, and he often rides several horses at each event for various clients whose horses are competing at very high levels.

Jordan asks a lot from his horses, and they give a lot in return. That’s why he maintains their overall health with SUCCEED.

Jordan Larson’s Reining Achievements

Jordan has asserted his claim in the reining ring with:

  • 2 NRHA Open Futurity Championships under
  • 3 AQHA World Championships
  • 2 Paint World Championships
  • Open Derby Championship
  • NRHA leading money earning professional in 2013 and 2014

In addition, Jordan was a member of the US reining team that took gold at the 2014 World Equestrian Games in Normandy. As a NRHA Two Million Dollar rider and NRHA judge and clinician, Jordan knows his horses — and how to ride them to success.

Jordan Larson Supports Reining Horses with SUCCEED®

Well known for the high level of care and concern he shows for his horses, Jordan decided to take immediate action when he started noticing that some of the 3-year-olds he was riding were having trouble keeping weight on. His veterinarian recommended that he try SUCCEED Digestive Conditioning Program to address some of the challenges his horses were experiencing.


Impressed and encouraged by the positive changes he saw in his horses’ weights and coats, Jordan started feeding a daily dose of SUCCEED to the other top-performers in his barn that he thought would benefit from a healthy digestive system and its impact. Now, he keeps anywhere from 10 to 15 of his horses on SUCCEED.

It makes us feel good to proactively support the horses that we know are facing the challenges of intense training and a rigorous show schedule,” Jordan says. “We feel it is a good way to promote digestive health and keep our horses looking and feeling their best.”