Sponsored Rider Competes at Regional Para-Equestrian Dressage ChampionshipsBy Kentucky Equine Research Staff · October 24, 2017
KER-sponsored para-dressage rider Mary Jordan competed at the USDF Region Four Ablebody Dressage Championships in Cumming, Iowa.
Mary and her Oldenburg gelding Rubicon 75, known as Ruby, placed third in the open third level freestyle championships out of 20 entries. The pair scored 71.483% and also placed eighth out of 28 in the open third level championships.
Mary and Ruby earned a slot to compete in the United States Ablebody National Dressage Finals in Lexington, Kentucky, November 9-12. She will be the only para-dressage athlete to compete at the U.S. finals.
Mary relies on MicroSteed Ration Wizard analysis to ensure her horses have a balanced diet, and turns to KER products for targeted supplementation. She mainly utilizes Bio•Bloom™ PS for Ruby’s hooves, Restore® SR for electrolyte replacement, and RiteTrac™ to keep his digestive system running smoothly and comfortably while competing on the road.
“I’m a huge believer in KER products because I’ve seen the resulting transformations firsthand, and the advisors feel like true friends,” explained Mary. “The products have really been a game changer, especially with Ruby.”