April 28, 2017
CareMore Nutrition To Sponsor Candice King For 2017 Season
ROCHESTER, New York, April 28, 2017:
CareMore Nutrition, LLC has announced its sponsorship of distinguished Grand Prix rider and trainer Candice King for the 2017 United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) season.
Hailing from a family steeped in the equestrian tradition, Candice is a tried-and-true performer who has earned her way up the competition ladder through discipline, determination, and a love of the sport.
According to CareMore Nutrition’s Chief Operating Officer Wendi Schenkel:
What inspired us about Candice is that she is the epitome of CareMore Nutrition’s ethos. She worked her way up, made the best of what she had, and really has an intuitive understanding of the needs of her horses—physical needs, mental needs, emotional needs—and she motivates them to be the best possible performers they can be.
Candice’s partnership with CareMore Nutrition is a natural fit. After having rehabilitated one of her best horses with CareMore Nutrition products, Candice has seen first hand the positive impact that proper nutrition can have on a horse’s prospects.
Equipped with CareMore Nutrition’s RevolutionEQ, Candice and her team are looking forward to a busy season of victories on the the United States Hunter Jumper Association (USHJA) circuit, including the series of prestigious three-week, Horse shows In The Sun (HITS) series in Saugerties, New York.
Based in Ocala, Florida (winter) and Saugerties, NY (summer), Candice prepares for competitions at her own stable, Alamar Equine. According to CareMore’s Wendi Schenkel, running her own stable is typical of Candice’s characteristic can-do attitude:
She is resourceful, she is a fantastic horsewoman in the sense that she can crack the code of—and find the needs and well-being of—any animal that she touches, making the best of them, and that's what we at CareMore stand for.
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