Congratulations to Frankie Thieriot, the winner of this spring’s OCD Rehab Story Challenge! Frankie’s article on her horse, Fric, achieved the highest number of views, and she will receive a prize pack from OCD. If you have a rehab story you’d like to submit, keep an eye out for round two of our OCD contest!
Our horses are always inspiring us. Whether they’ve come back from an otherwise catastrophic illness or injury, or they surpass our competition expectations, there are always great stories to be told about how horses are inspirational.
Our sponsor, Optimal Cartilage Development (OCD), offers a great supplement option for bone and joint repair. OCD offers support and repair for injuries such as Equine OCDs, Osteochondrosis, (Osteochondritis Dissecans), Bone Cysts, DJD (Degenerative Joint Disease), Epiphysitis, Osteoarthritis, Navicular Syndrome, Sesamoiditis, Bucked Shins, Bone Lesions, Slab Fractures, and more.
OCD Pellets are supportive of building and maintaining healthy cartilage and bone, addressing both inflammation as well as the bone matrix and cartilage in a joint.
OCD Pellets are designed for use with horses from all walks of life, from young horses in training to broodmares and older horses.
Many testimonials point to the success horse owners have found with OCD Pellets, and we found these success stories to be quite uplifting. To that end, OCD would like to offer a prize pack to a reader who submits their rehab story to us. Here’s what’s up for grabs, valued at $150:
- 2 month supply of OCD Pellets
- 1 month supply of COS Canine
- 1 OCD Pellets Cap
- 1 OCD Pellets t-shirt
If you’d like to share your rehab story, please send it along with a photo to [email protected]. Entries will close on Monday, June 15 5 p.m. EST, and keep an eye out for your story to run right here on EN. The article that achieves the most views will win the prize pack from OCD! We know there are plenty of equine rehab stories out there to inspire us all, and we can’t wait to hear yours!
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