Are you headed to Tulsa during the NSBA World Show August 17-21 as a competitor or spectator? Be on the lookout for our SUCCEED representatives, including Courtney Ryan, in the show pen and in the stables.
Not only is Courtney a great resource to learn about SUCCEED and the daughter of NSBA Hall of Fame rider Nancy Sue Ryan – she’s a non-pro competitor herself showing three horses in hunter under saddle, reining, and showmanship.
Watch Courtney in the Show Pen at NSBA Worlds
With a mother who is a very successful Quarter Horse breeder, trainer, rider, and competitor, horses have always been a part of Courtney’s life. She grew up in the saddle, but didn’t start competing seriously until she was in college. Courtney will be competing three horses at the NSBA World Show in a few weeks. Look for her showing these horses:
- Sabulicity (barn name Reese for her penchant for Reese’s Pieces Candy), a 3-year-old mare showing in HUS
- Walkable (barn name Folair after a Charles Dickens character), a 2-year-old gelding in HUS
- Whiz Jewels (barn name Jewels), a 6-year-old mare in reining and showmanship
Why Courtney Represents SUCCEED
Courtney knows her way around the show pen, and she also knows her way around the inside of the horse. She holds a BS in Equine Industry & Science from Texas A&M as well as a one-year qualification in Pre-Veterinary Science.
She and her mother have used SUCCEED on their horses for years, and have seen first-hand the benefits for their horses’ overall wellness.
“We do so much with the horses, it’s the least we can to do make them look good, feel good, and perform well,” says Courtney. “Horses enjoy it, like it, look great on it, ride great on it, are more comfortable on it, and are more agreeable.”
Learn More About SUCCEED at the 2011 NSBA World Show
If you stop by and talk to Courtney at the SUCCEED booth outside the Show Stop Farm stall area, she’ll tell you the two biggest reasons she recommends SUCCEED are for supporting the healthy structure of the digestive tract for better digestion and for putting that extra bloom on a horse.
“The level we play at,” Courtney says, “they have to look the part.
Courtney will be working alongside fellow SUCCEED representatives Brandi Latham, with a background in breeding and Western performance, and Michael Lindsey, with a background in equine feed and nutrition.
Want to learn more about SUCCEED and improving your horse’s digestive wellness while you’re in Tulsa for the World Show? Visit the Show Stop Farm stall area and talk to one of our reps at the SUCCEED table.
SUCCEED® is proud to be a Gold Sponsor of the 2011 NSBA World Show and the title sponsor for the inaugural Heroes on Horses event.