Perfect Products Welcomes Debbie McDonald to the Featured Riders Team

Debbie McDonald Coaching Rider on Bay Dressage Horse in Clinic

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Perfect Products Welcomes Debbie McDonald to the Featured Riders Team

Featured_Debbie_McDonaldWellington, FL – March 13, 2014 – Perfect Products LLC is pleased to welcome Olympic veteran and renowned clinician Debbie McDonald to their team of highly regarded Featured Riders. Perfect Products Featured Riders are a carefully selected group of professional horsemen who are recognized leaders in their chosen sport.

“Every product that I’ve evaluated from Perfect Products produced results as promised,” Debbie said. She added, “I feel that their line of formulas solves problems that every dressage horse confronts, and for that reason I am glad to be their advocate.”

Featured Riders consist of professionals who rely on Perfect Products formulas for the management of their top horses in their own barns. One purpose of the Perfect Products Featured Riders team is to provide the company valuable feedback during the research and development phase of new formulas. As a company that formulates the most effective equine nutraceuticals, drawing on the expertise of the world’s top horsemen is not only helpful, but essential, to remain on the cutting edge of the industry.

“We’re pleased to welcome Debbie to our Featured Riders team, and look forward to drawing on her expertise as one of the most respected dressage clinicians in the country,” said Jeff Morgenstern, CEO and founder of Perfect Products. “We’re proud to be known by the company we keep, and having Debbie McDonald as a supporter says a lot.”

About Debbie McDonald

Debbie McDonald is an American dressage rider who successfully competed in the Olympics, Dressage World Cup, World Equestrian Games and Pan American Games aboard the celebrated Hanoverian mare, Brentina. In 2010, McDonald was named the U.S. Equestrian Federation’s Developing Dressage Coach and she currently trains and teaches out of River Grove Farm in Sun Valley, Idaho.