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SUCCEED® At Quarter Horse Congress: Lectures & Hospitality

October is a busy month for many in the equestrian world, including the SUCCEED crew. Besides our booths, demos, and activities in Lexington for the World Equestrian Games, you will also find us camped out in Columbus, Ohio for the 2010 All American Quarter Horse Congress. Along with an all-day lecture on equine nutrition, we will be offering hospitality at the Hot 2 Trot hot walker stations on the grounds.

Here’s where you can find SUCCEED® at the 2010 Quarter Horse Congress.

Equine Nutrition Conference at QH Congress

When: October 20, 8:00am-5:00pm
Where: DiSalle Building
Registration: Free, but sign-up required

SUCCEED® along with Nutrena, Zinpro Performance Minerals, Diamond V, and the College of Veterinary Medicine at Ohio State University, will be teaching a seminar on equine nutrition and feeding for veterinarians, vet techs, owners, breeders and farm managers. SUCCEED’s own Dr. Frank Pelligrini will be teaching sessions on modern husbandry and G.I. health, normal flora in the equine large intestine, and G.I. conditions: treat symptoms or address causes.

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Visit the Nutrena booth at Congress to pick up your free registration voucher.

Hot 2 Trot Hospitality

When: October 5-24
Where: Hot 2 Trot Hotwalker Station

Three long weeks of showing makes for some tired horses and even more tired handlers. You can get a chance to rest your tired feet and help your horse stretch his legs or cool down by visiting the Hot 2 Trot hotwalker stations set up on the grounds. For a small fee, you can make use of Hot 2 Trot’s hotwalkers while you sit and enjoy hospitality services compliments of SUCCEED®. Sit back and relax and enjoy coffee and donuts. We’ll have videos for you to watch as well as representatives available to chat with you about equine nutrition, feeding, and of course SUCCEED®.

If you are going to be at Congress and would like to meet a SUCCEED® representative and learn more about our product, be sure to let us know and we can schedule some time to talk.

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