KER-Sponsored Rider Claims Second Place at Bromont EventBy Kentucky Equine Research Staff · June 9, 2014
At the Bromont CCI three-star event, Lisa Barry rode F.I.S. Prince Charming (“Peanut”) to a second-place finish, rising on the leaderboard from 13th place after dressage to collect the reserve championship ribbon.
Muddy footing was probably responsible for Peanut losing both hind shoes on the cross-country course, but he still finished well and collected minimal time penalties. Barry, who is sponsored by Kentucky Equine Research, then guided her horse to a perfect jumping round and was pleased with his performance at the Canadian event.
To support joint health while he trains and competes, Peanut gets KER-Flex, a product that supplies a synergistic blend of glucosamine HCl and chondroitin sulfate to minimize problems. He also is given RiteTrac, a proprietary blend of ingredients designed to support total digestive tract health. Targeted at both the foregut and hindgut of the horse, RiteTrac works in two distinct ways. First, with its combination of fast-acting antacids and coating agents, RiteTrac quickly neutralizes excessive gastric acid, protecting the stomach lining and restoring the normal gastric environment.