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Enter the New Year, New Horse 2013 Contest

New Year, New Horse ContestYour horse accomplished a lot in 2012. Resolve to go further yet in 2013 and you could win a free registration to the SUCCEED® Challenge.

Now that 2012 has come to a close, it’s time to look back and reflect on the goals your horse accomplished, and look ahead and create new goals for 2013.

If your horse had to make a New Year’s Resolution, what do you think it would be?

Whether it’s getting that bit of extra bloom, addressing a health risk, or taking it to the next level under saddle – your horse’s healthy 2013 begins inside where wellness finds its roots in the equine digestive tract.

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This month, your horse could win a free 60-day supply of SUCCEED® Digestive Conditioning Program® to jumpstart him on the path to a healthier, more successful 2013.

Win a FREE SUCCEED Challenge Registration, Including a 60-Day Supply

By entering your horse in the New Year, New Horse Contest, you are eligible to win a free registration to the SUCCEED® Challenge. You will receive:

  • 60-day supply of SUCCEED® Digestive Conditioning Program®
  • Free 10-pack starter kit of SUCCEED® oral paste (for the initial loading dose)
  • Free shipping
  • Access to a simple online diary for tracking your horse’s progress
  • No strings attached.

How To Enter the New Year, New Horse Contest

Visit the New Year, New Horse Contest entry page to submit your official entry by January 31, 2013.

You must include:

  1. a photo of your horse
  2. a short (100 words or less) paragraph written from your horse’s perspective telling us about his/her 2013 New Year’s Resolution

And that’s it!

A winner will be drawn randomly and announced in early February.

Check out last year’s winning submission.

One submission per person. However, you CAN earn two additional drawing entries by sharing the contest with your friends on Twitter or Facebook. (Total of three entries for the drawing.) Facebook and Twitter entries are not valid without an official contest entry.

  1. Facebook entry, “Like” our page, and tag SUCCEED Digestive Conditioning Program in your wall post.
  2. Twitter entry, “Follow” SUCCEEDEquine and be sure to tag @SUCCEEDEquine in your Tweet.

Read the complete New Year, New Horse Contest terms here. Open to US residents only.

About SUCCEED Digestive Conditioning Program

SUCCEED® is an all-natural feed supplement designed to support the overall health and function of the entire equine digestive tract. The specially-processed ingredients in the patented formula work holistically to support nutrient absorption and the healthy structure and function of the equine digestive tract.

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