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SUCCEED again to sponsor NSBA World Show

NSBA World Show
SUCCEED is excited to return as a corporate sponsor of the National Snaffle Bit Association World Championship Show for the fourth straight year. As part of the sponsorship, SUCCEED will also continue to be the title sponsor of the Heroes on Horses event. And, as in year’s past, SUCCEED Sponsored Rider and NSBA Hall of Famer Nancy Sue Ryan and her daughter Courtney will be on hand.

NSBA World Championship Show

2014 represents the ninth year for the NSBA World Championship Show & Breeders Championship Futurity, held August 9-17 at the Built Ford Tough Livestock Complex at Expo Square in Tulsa, Oklahoma. All-breed classes will be featured, along with 46 classes from the Breeders Championship Futurity, Over half a million dollars in cash and prizes will be awarded over the week-long event. Learn more about the show program at NSBA.com.

Special Events to Look Out for at NSBA Worlds

Heroes on Horses
With the return of the NSBA Worlds, NSBA will once again offer a very special Heroes on Horses competition, in a pair of classes Saturday. Heroes on Horses provides an opportunity to honor service men and women and the horses that are helping them heal. The Heroes on Horses competition at the NSBA World Championship is sponsored by SUCCEED. To learn more, watch the post-competition interview with Doug Willard, the 2013 NSBA Heroes on Horses Independent Rider World Champion.

Nancy Sue Ryan and Courtney Suzanne Ryan of SUCCEED
SUCCEED is also a proud sponsor of NSBA Hall of Fame rider, trainer, and breeder Nancy Sue Ryan and her champion hunter under saddle horses. Nancy Sue and her daughter Courtney Suzanne Ryan will be competing at NSBA Worlds with their Show Stop Farm horses.

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During the entire run of the show, Courtney will also be representing SUCCEED. Interested in learning more about SUCCEED or signing up to try it risk-free for 60 days? Stop by the Show Stop Farm stall area to pick up some literature or speak with Nancy Sue and Courtney.

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