Top riders from disciplines throughout the horse industry are
eager to support SUCCEED™ Digestive Conditioning Program™, offered by Freedom Health,
LLC. Among them is jumper rider Kimberly Frey—who recently finished as the top American
contender at the 2005 Budweiser World Cup Jumping Final in Las Vegas, Nevada aboard
Marlou. Internationally recognized U.S. jumper riders Laura Kraut and McClain Ward have also
put their names behind the revolutionary product.
SUCCEED is the first nutritional supplement scientifically formulated to support complete
equine digestive tract function and health—and that aim makes sense to competitive riders who
need their horses to perform at their very best.
“I’m 100% sold on SUCCEED,” Frey said. “Now, when my grooms or I see some
improvement in the horses’ coats or attitudes or performances, we say to each other, ‘we think
that’s from the SUCCEED.’”
An experienced international competitor, Frey and Marlou also recently took first place in
the $150,000 Grand Prix of Charlotte. Last year, Frey was part of a team that placed fourth
overall for the U.S. at the 2004 Samsung Super League.
Laura Kraut is another rider who knows what it takes to get top performances out of her
mounts. A tough competitor in international jumping for more than a decade, Kraut won the
2005 $75,000 Cosequin Florida Open aboard Miss Independent. First alternate for the 1992
Olympic Games in Barcelona, she made her Olympic debut in 2000 aboard Liberty as part of a
team that finished sixth overall at the prestigious event.
“The February Florida circuit is always very intense and competitive,” Kraut said. “I had
some great Grand Prix rides and wins there this year. That’s a big deal and I can credit
SUCCEED with giving me the winning advantage – a definite edge over the competition.”
Kraut and Frey are joined in their support of SUCCEED by veteran rider McLain Ward,
who has been making jumping history ever since the age of 14 when he was the youngest rider,
and the first rider, to win both the USET Show Jumping Talent Derby and the USET Medal
Finals in the same year. Since then Ward has racked up multiple honors, including winning the
$75,000 Grand Prix of Devon in 2002 and 2004. He also earned an Olympic Team Silver on
Sapphire in 2004.
“Having riders of this caliber recognize the importance of digestive health by supporting
SUCCEED Digestive Conditioning Program is extremely satisfying,” said Patrick Warczak, Vice
President – Marketing at Freedom Health, LLC. “Our message has always been that success
comes from the inside, out, and riders like Laura, McLain and Kimberly—as well as trainers like
Nick Zito in the Thoroughbred industry—have really embraced the power of that concept and
what it means for overall equine health and performance.”
For more information on SUCCEED Digestive Conditioning Program, including in-depth
articles on digestive tract health and interactive presentations, visit www.SucceedDCP.com.
Information may also be obtained by calling toll-free, 866-270-7939.
SUCCEED Digestive Conditioning Program is produced and distributed exclusively by
Freedom Health, LLC, of Aurora, Ohio. This company is focused on finding, perfecting and
delivering superior, innovative products that address real and significant health-related issues
for animals and the people who care for them.