Buhl, ID, June 28, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Silver Lining Herbs endorsees are having great success across multiple equestrian events in June. One endorsee has also earned a spot to compete in the 2012 Olympics.
Riley Minor and Brady Minor took second in the 2012 Bob Feist Invitational on June 18, 2012 with an average of 46.76. Their winnings totaled $84,000. Riley’s horse, Ketchup, was chosen as the BFI Head Horse of the Year.
Liz Combs won the National Barrel Racing title for the second year in a row during the College National Finals Rodeo on June 16, 2012, with an average of 56.47 and 300 points total. Her horse, Skeeter, was also named the Women’s Horse of the Year.
Ronald Zabala-Goetschel will be competing in the Three-Day Eventing in the 2012 Olympics in London. Eventing takes place July 28 - July 31, with two medals up for grabs between the 75 athletes.
Shayna Young, CEO of Silver Lining Herbs, said, “We are so proud of all of our endorsees. They all work so hard to compete and also work to maintain their horses’ health with Silver Lining products. The entire Silver Lining Herbs team is happy to celebrate our endorsees’ accomplishments! We are looking forward to seeing how they perform throughout the rest of the year!”
Silver Lining Herbs is an industry leader in natural herbal support for horses and dogs. This family-owned company has a passion for helping their customers provide optimum care for their animals - both for health and performance. Silver Lining Herbs sponsors many of the world’s champion horses. For more information about the company and their products, please visit http://www.silverliningherbs.com or join them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/SilverLiningHerbs.