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Olympic Preview: SUCCEED Contest Winner Attends First Olympic Event

Tickets are in and contest winner Stephanie Honz is getting ready to head to the Olympics!

Stephanie and her horse Gershwin were the winners of our “May the Best Horse Win” contest last year. She began the SUCCEED Challenge and tracked Gershwin’s progress after initially starting him on SUCCEED.

Stephanie is very excited to be attending her first Olympic games and feels blessed to be around so many awesome people in the horse world. She has traveled to countless cities and venues, but has yet to attend an event like this.

“Of course it goes without saying that we would love to get up close and personal and see the horses and riders warming up,” she said. Stephanie also hopes to get a glimpse of the royal family who are rumored to be attending the games “being the horsey people that they are.”

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“I won this trip based on such a successful result from SUCCEED. I kept a journal and wrote an essay on the frustration I went through with hindgut issues in one of my horses,” said Stephanie. “I got my horse back due to this product. The trip is just the frosting on the cake.”

Stephanie will be attending the Olympics with her trainer, PJ Tymann, who knows Beezie Madden, an Olympic show jumper and gold medalist.If you would like to follow Stephanie’s experiences at the Olympics, subscribe to the SUCCEED blog.

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