Shannon Dueck Reaches The Summit With Her Horses

Wednesday, February 27, 2019
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With a Masters Degree from Texas A&M in Equine Nutrition and Exercise Physiology Shannon Dueck knows a thing or two about what helps her horses.

Shannon Lee Dueck with Allegra 11 ©Carmen Elisa Franco
Shannon Lee Dueck with Allegra 11 ©Carmen Elisa Franco

Representing Canada, Dueck was an individual Silver Medalist at the 1999 Pan American Games with her KWPN gelding Korona. The dynamic duo went on to compete at the 2002 FEI World Equestrian Games, Jerez de la Frontera, the Open European Championships and the FEI World Cup Final Gotenborg 2003. Dueck continues to successfully develop horses, being shortlisted for the Canadian Team at the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games with her mare Ayscha , and was the Pan Am Team alternate 2015 with Cantaris.

Dueck lives and trains in Wellington Florida. She is currently competing Allegro II at the Grand Prix level and As You Wish in the 7 Year old Young Horse classes. A well respected trainer and competitor, Dueck is currently the Technical Advisor and Coach for the Colombian Dressage team.

Dueck learned about Summit Joint Performance from her veterinarian Dr. Leah Patipa.

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“My horses work hard and play hard. Summit is a ground breaking product that supports their soundness and keeps them feeling their best! I can really feel the positive effect of Summit in how strong and even my horses are. Along with good training - Summit is helping them improve in strength and suppleness - imperative qualities of top equine athletes”.