You ask your horses to be confident, strong, and fast, able to sprint at speeds upwards of 50 miles an hour—then stop or turn on a dime. It takes extreme athleticism—plus the ability to manage the stress of constant hauling and chaotic rodeo environments for your horses to succeed. And that all starts inside with good digestive health management.
A horse in excellent digestive health can run its best every time because it will…
- Be comfortable and healthy in its gut.
- Eat better and maintain weight.
- Be relaxed living on the road and in high-stress rodeo environments.
- Maintain focus in the alley.
- Stay strong and correct on the pattern.
With proper care, feeding and training, plus SUCCEED Digestive Conditioning Program once a day, every day, you can help your horses achieve the health they need for a great partnership and confident, winning runs.
SUCCEED® Products for Equine Digestive Health Management
SUCCEED® Digestive Conditioning Program®
SUCCEED Digestive Conditioning Program (DCP) is a daily feed supplement that establishes and maintains the health of the entire equine digestive tract, including the stomach and hindgut.
The unique, patented formula includes naturally occurring nutrients necessary for the health of GI anatomy and function. It supports nutrient absorption and bioavailability, immunity and recovery, a moderated rate of feed transit through the digestive system, a balanced and healthy hindgut, a healthy gut lining and mucosa, and fuels muscles. Every ingredient in SUCCEED is certified human food grade or above to ensure quality and purity.
SUCCEED® Veterinary Formula + Healthy Gut Commitment
SUCCEED Veterinary Formula (VF) offers an advanced version of SUCCEED Digestive Conditioning Program, available only through veterinarians. It offers the same benefits as the original SUCCEED, plus has additional amino acids to support mucus production and healthy GI tract muscle tissue.
The biggest difference is SUCCEED VF comes backed by the SUCCEED Healthy Gut Commitment. We will pay your veterinarian for certain types of care in the event that SUCCEED VF doesn’t live up to its promise of total digestive health. Learn more about the Healthy Gut Commitment and what it covers here.
SUCCEED® Equine Fecal Blood Test
The SUCCEED Equine Fecal Blood Test (FBT) is a non-invasive, inexpensive, and reliable diagnostic tool that uses antibodies to detect occult blood components in your horse’s manure. Like a thermometer detects an elevated temperature, the FBT gives your veterinarian a source of objective information to identify if your horse has a digestive issue. It can also help determine if the problem is in the stomach, the hindgut, or potentially both.
Because the FBT points to an issue but doesn’t specify exactly what it is, it should be used by your veterinarian as one part of the diagnostic process. Ask your vet to test your horses.
Serious Horse People Use SUCCEED
Sissy Winn, Professional Barrel Racer
Ryann Pedone, Professional Barrel Racer
Cheyenne Wimberly, Professional Barrel Racer
Give us 60 days. We’ll give you a better horse.
Feed SUCCEED Digestive Conditioning Program once a day every day to support the health of the entire equine digestive system. Most users see the transformation in their horses within 60 days, although some may take longer and many take less.
Trying SUCCEED Digestive Conditioning Program for the first time?
First-time customers are invited to take the SUCCEED Challenge to see how it supports your horse’s digestive health. You will receive:
- Discounts on a 60-day supply of SUCCEED
- A free 10-syringe paste starter kit
- Free shipping to your home or barn
- Personalized support
- Our no-questions-asked, money-back guarantee
This offer is only available when you purchase the SUCCEED Challenge Pack online direct from this website.
Purchase SUCCEED at Retail or Through Your Veterinarian
SUCCEED Digestive Conditioning Program may be purchased from online retailers and local feed and tack stores. Many veterinarians also carry SUCCEED.
SUCCEED Veterinary Formula and SUCCEED Equine Fecal Blood Test are available through your veterinarian only.