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New Year, New Horse for Lisa and Max

Congratulations to Lisa Marashian and her horse Max, the winners in the 2013 New Year, New Horse Contest.

They won the grand prize of a free SUCCEED Challenge, including a 60-day supply of SUCCEED®, a 10-pack starter kit, and access to the Challenge’s online diary to track their progress.

Max and Lisa have been together for four years and have successfully showed in training level dressage along with sport horse under saddle, sport horse in hand and halter classes. Their goal this year is to be ready to compete at first level, and their ultimate goal would be to compete at the Arabian Sport Horse National show. Lisa’s son is hoping to show Max in showmanship classes this year as well.

Max is a seven year old Arabian with a very playful personality. He likes to get into some trouble, but he loves to go to work too. Lisa is hoping that SUCCEED will help Max perform even better in 2013 and master his lateral moves.

We wish both Lisa and Max, and all the contest participants, our very best for a healthy and successful 2013!

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Didn’t win the contest but still interested in trying SUCCEED®? You can sign-up for the SUCCEED Challenge right now and try it for your horse’s healthier 2013. With the purchase of a 60-day supply, you will receive a FREE 10-pack starter kit, FREE shipping, and a money-back guarantee if you aren’t satisfied with the results.

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