Dayna Frederick and her 15-year-old Hanoverian mount, Armani, topped the Young Adult Low Schooling Hunter class at the ESP November, bringing in a blue ribbon and the Vita Flex Victory Pass award. Armani (Adante x Grand Crew) is owned by Kirsten Tennant. Frederick, who is based in Jupiter, FL, took home a variety of beneficial Vita Flex® products along with the award to help Armani prepare and be on the top of his game for the next show.
“The horse was a little fresh with the wind and the cool breeze,” Tennant described about the victory, “but I thought she rode quite well!” Tennant and Frederick are based in Wellington, Florida and are looking forward to the 2013 Winter Equestrian Festival.
Vita Flex® products are researched and tested by equine nutritionists and veterinarians and have been relied upon for more than two decades by owners, trainers and top riders. Members of the Vita Flex Victory Team also rely on Vita Flex® products and are proud to represent the company. Vita Flex Nutrition offers animal health supplements, antioxidants, electrolytes, joint supplements, performance products, topicals and vitamins and minerals.
The Vita Flex Victory Team is comprised of many world-class riders, including jumper riders Lauren Hough, Todd Minikus and Patty Stovel and hunter rider Peter Lombardo. Dressage riders Caroline Roffman, Susie Dutta, Lisa Wilcox and Shannon Dueck are also on the Vita Flex Victory Team. Other team members include eventer Jan Byyny, combined drivers Chester Weber and Suzy Stafford, barrel racers Tammy Fischer and Mary Ann Miller and reiners Bob Avila and Al Dunning.
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