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Your resource for current, advanced equine GI health diagnostics and management news and research.

Dr. Emily Miller, DVM – Cleveland Equine Clinic

The stress associated with high caloric diets, training schedules and trailering can lead to serious health issues in horses, and can affect performance, attitude, efficient digestion and more. We have found that SUCCEED is an effective natural treatment for horses facing many of these conditions. I have reviewed a number of studies conducted by Freedom Health that demonstrate the efficacy of SUCCEED on performance horses, brood mares and foals in a number of applications. Perhaps more importantly, I have seen the results first-hand and I have been impressed. I recommend SUCCEED to my clients for their healthy horses too, for general wellness and prevention. Many have seen the benefits in avoiding problems as well as improving their horse’s conditioning.

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Case Report: Laminitis with Possible Concurrent Hindgut Ulceration

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In Memoriam: Dr. Franklin Pellegrini

I am sad to report that Dr. Frank Pellegrini passed away on December 22, 2016. Franklin Louis Pellegrini, DVM was a remarkable equine veterinarian, a true genius without whom SUCCEED likely would not exist today. […]

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Supporting the Digestive System With a Nutritional Supplement Programme

By Dr. Emma Hardy. Specific nutrition, feeding and management regimens are required to meet the high demands placed on today’s performance horse. A diet high in energy-dense non-structural carbohydrate, but often lacking in sufficient fibre and […]

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The Need For a Reliable Diagnostic Test for GI Tract Disorders

By Dr. Emma Hardy. Extensive research conducted by Freedom Health LLC, and independently at the University of Glasgow School of Veterinary Medicine, is shifting the spotlight in equine gastrointestinal (GI) disease towards the hindgut, and […]