Wellington, FL (October 6, 2015)— As he continues to partner with top equestrian
product companies to help further his success as an international Grand Prix
dressage rider and trainer, Jaime Amian just signed on to join the Legends feed
team with Southern States. Amian, who has trained and competed in dressage
all over the world, is thrilled to be partnered with Southern States at his new
home at the elite International Dressage Academy (IDA Farm) in Wellington,
Florida. “I am more than proud to represent the Legends feed team with
Southern States,” Amian said. “I have definitely noticed a difference in my
horse’s coats and their attitudes since using Legends feeds. Their coats are
much more shiny and they just seem happy and eager to work.”
One of the key benefits of Legends horse feeds is the brand’s technologically
advanced, fixed-ingredient formulas which create appetizing tastes, safe
consumption, and excellent performance due to a consistent starch and sugar
content. In addition, Legends feeds are based on comprehensive current
research in equine nutrition thanks to Southern States’ 60-year membership in
the international animal nutrition research group Cooperative Research Farms.
In Southern States’ quest to redefine what horse feed should be, the company
partnered Legends with Kentucky Equine Research (KER), which provides
vitamin and trace mineral premixes for use in all Legends horse feeds. KER is
known for basing its formulas on ongoing research trials that happen at KER’s
Craig Bernstein, Feed Specialist for Southern States, is thrilled that Amian has
chosen to provide Legends superior horse feeds and supplements to his world-
class stable of dressage horses. The company has provided feeding
recommendations for individual horses under Amian’s care to maximize their
ability and performance level. “We are please to have Jaime on our team
because of his winning record, ability, and his commitment to providing his
horses a good nutritional program,” said Bernstein. “This will enhance his ability
to achieve his goals, and that will increase the recognition of our Legends horse
feeds to fellow horse trainers, students, and competitors in dressage and other
disciplines. We are hoping he becomes one of our greatest assets in the
Amian has now integrated several Legends feeds into his horses’ diets.
Legends’ GastroTech Supplement and CarbCare Balancer Pellet have become
two of his favorites.
Legends GastroTech Supplement is a pelleted nutritional supplement that helps
neutralize acidity on the stomach lining, which then reduces the damage caused
by hydrochloric acid. This damage often takes the form of gastric ulcers.
GastroTech Supplement aids in creating an environment where the adverse
effects of ulcers can be improved, thus reducing pain and other related
symptoms. In addition, active horses on GastoTech Supplement for six months
or more have not had a recurrence of gastric ulcer symptoms. This proprietary
blend of ingredients is formulated to help the digestive tract to function normally
and to improve the health of performance horses. Since these horses are often
under stress from training, competing, and traveling, GastroTech Supplement
makes a great additive to the horse’s diet.
Legends CarbCare Balancer Pellet is a premium pellet with a low starch, low
sugar formulation that helps with easy keepers, ponies, and Miniature horses.
This low-carbohydrate formulation provides a higher nutrient concentration and
helps meet the needs of horses that may be prone to insulin resistance and
As the 2016 Adequan Global Dressage Festival in Wellington approaches,
USDF Gold Medalist Jaime Amian’s horses will be sure to be in their best form
with the addition of Legends feeds and supplements to their diets.
For more information on Legends feed and Southern States, have all your
questions answered at http://www.legends.equinews.com. To learn more about
Amian, including his philosophy and international show results, visit
www.jaimeamian.com. Also, visit www.idafarm.com to see photos of the
facilities at the International Dressage Academy in Wellington, where Amian is