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Jayne Lancashire

“My Grand Prix horse started to lose performance at the same time for two or three years in a row. Despite keeping him on a gut friendly diet and regime, he was also losing his appetite so I suspected that GI tract disturbance was happening. My vet trialed a commonly prescribed treatment which lead to symptoms worsening so I realised we needed to investigate the cause further. After reading up about the Succeed FBT, I asked my vet to carry out the test. The test was very simple to do, requiring just a sample of fresh droppings and the results came back very quickly. The test showed a positive result for a hind gut problem which enabled us to select a more targeted treatment plan, and went on to resolve the issue. I really recommend that everyone should get their horses tested as a matter of routine as it is so quick, easy and inexpensive.”

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Symptoms, gastroscopy and treatment response are no longer the initial go-to resources for your veterinarian to diagnose digestive tract disease in horses. Instead, vets may start with the SUCCEED Equine Fecal Blood Test, the first complete and accurate tool to detect ulcers – and other conditions – throughout the entire equine digestive tract.

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