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Heartland Equine Therapeutic Riding Academy Finding Success with Hubbard Life Horse Feeds

Heartland Equine Therapeutic Riding Academy (HETRA) is a charity organization that serves a variety of clients including children and adults with disabilities such as cerebral palsy, spina bifida, muscular dystrophy, cystic fibrosis, brain tumors, head or spinal cord injuries, visual impairment, autism, developmental delays, and strokes.  They shared the heart-warming testimonial below about one of their horses...
“Three years ago we switched Doc to Hubbard Life® Senior and the results were amazing! Doc had gained weight back and had an increase in energy!”
Doc is a 30 year old Quarter horse that has recently retired from his career as a Heartland Equine Therapeutic Riding Academy therapy horse. Doc touched many lives by providing therapy, fun, and love for children and adults with disabilities.  When Doc first came into our HETRA program he struggled with maintaining weight. It was hard for Doc since he was an older horse and had minimal grinding surface left on his teeth. We tried Doc on several different brands of senior feed that just weren’t giving us the results we were looking for. Three years ago we switched Doc to Hubbard Life Senior and the results were amazing! Doc had gained weight back and had an increase in energy! Doc was able to continue to change children and adults lives for an additional two years! Hubbard Life helped Doc stay strong for his students throughout his career, and helps him now during his life in retirement.
~Edye Godden - Director of Heartland Equine Therapy Riding Academy (HETRA), Gretna, Nebraska

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Kinetic Performance Dog Food proud to be feeding 13 Mushing teams participating in Iditarod

Kinetic is proud to play significant role in feeding teams participating in the upcoming  Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race.
The Iditarod (The world’s most famous sled dog race), is an annual long-distance race run in early March from Anchorage to Nome. The teams average 16 dogs, which means over 1,000 dogs leave Anchorage for Nome, covering the distance in 9–15 days or more. The Iditarod began in 1973 as an event to test the best sled dog mushers and teams. It has since evolved into today’s highly competitive race. Iditarod means clear water and was named by the Shageluk Indians for the Iditarod River.
Iditarod teams being fed Kinetic™ include:
     •   Nathan Schroder, 2014 Rookie of the Year 
     •   Ray Redington, Team Redington (2-teams) 
     •   Lance Mackey, Comeback Kennels (2-teams)
     •   Mushing Mortician / Team Janssen (2-teams/Barrington twins) 
     •   Paul Gebhardt (2-teams/Barrington twins)
     •   Paul Kaiser
     •   Richie Diehl
     •   Karin Hendrickson
     •   Mike Supreant
Read testimonials from  Lance Mackey, 4 Time winner of both the Iditarod and the Yukon Quest, and others at:  For more information about the Iditarod race, visit:   Race starts March 7, 2015!
“We began testing our Ultra 32 Formulation with a couple of select Mushing Teams in Northern Minnesota this past September, and the performance and recovery response time with the dogs was simply fantastic. The Mushing community, in particular, Mushers that participate in the Iditarod, have a communication network to the likes of something I have never seen before. Testimonials’ of Kinetic Ultra 32 preceded our outreach efforts and calls to other Mushers to introduce them to Ultra 32 became more of a “I need 100 bags to start” conversation.
In a very short period of time we have made a true impact on the sled dog community. No other K-9 Athlete is under more stress then a sled dog. Nutrition density is paramount due to the amount of calories these dogs burn while running, Ultra 32 is meeting the needs and demands of in this highly competitive sport and it is evident not only the number of teams feeding Kinetic but the quality of the teams.”
   -Dave Dourson
      KINETIC Performance Dog Food
       Cincinnati, OH

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