by Robo Hendrickson

Kasey Perry-Glass Signs on as FullBucket Tribe Athlete

Kasey Perry-Glass Signs on as FullBucket Tribe Athlete

Olympic and WEG Medalist Kasey Perry-Glass Signs on as FullBucket Tribe Athlete

Wellington, Fla. – April 2, 2019 – FullBucket, a company with an extensive line of veterinary-strength digestion products, is proud to welcome Olympic and World Equestrian Games medalist Kasey Perry-Glass as a sponsored tribe athlete. Since introducing her horses to FullBucket’s digestive supplements over a year ago, including her top mount, Goerklintgaards Dublet, Perry-Glass has witnessed firsthand the benefits of the high-quality ingredients. FullBucket is honored to be her first choice in keeping her horses feeling and performing their best, especially with the stress from high-performance dressage competitions and travel.

“Prior to learning about FullBucket, I was using a different probiotic product that I didn’t feel made a difference,” Perry-Glass explained. “Dr. Holland, who does all of the bodywork on Dublet, recommended I try FullBucket for one of my horses that was suffering from diarrhea. Once I started seeing a change in her, I put all of my horses on their probiotic products. Dublet and Mistico, my two competition horses, are on Athletic Formula and then my other three are on their Probiotic Pellets. I truly believe in FullBucket and I see the difference it has made for my horses.”

A resident of Orangevale, California, and Wellington, Florida, Perry-Glass has represented the United States in elite international dressage competition at the most prestigious shows around the world. She has proven herself as a valuable team member, earning a bronze team medal at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, a silver team medal at the 2018 FEI World Equestrian Games™ in Tryon, North Carolina, and has competed on several Nations Cup teams throughout her career. Perry-Glass and Goerklintgaards Dublet are currently ranked fifth on the FEI Dressage World Ranking list and will be competing at the FEI Dressage World Cup™ Final in Gothenburg, Sweden, next week.

“Once I switched to using FullBucket, I noticed that Dublet’s digestive system was a lot healthier and FullBucket is supporting him really well when traveling,” Perry-Glass said. “We do a ton of traveling to shows and I finally feel like I am giving him something that is making a difference for him. Overall, gut-wise, he is happy!”

FullBucket developed the highest concentrated, probiotic-based animal health supplements on the market by utilizing the world’s leading yeast probiotic strain, Saccharomyces boulardii. Their products contains 2,000 percent more microencapsulated cells than any competing product, ensuring its effectiveness in the hindgut. With an extensive line of equine, dog and cat products made from all-natural ingredients in the United States, FullBucket provides the nutritional support needed for animals to maintain a healthy digestive tract.

In addition to their premier products, FullBucket is committed to their mantra of “Be Good & Do Good” by implementing their one-for-one promise to their customers. For every FullBucket product that is purchased, another will be donated to treat horses and donkeys in developing countries through the company’s giving program.

“We are thrilled to welcome Kasey as our first official rider in our tribe athlete program,” said FullBucket's co-founder, Dr. Keith Latson, DVM, DACVS. “When we launched FullBucket as a supplement line that developed first-class products for veterinarians to use for digestive issues, we quickly realized that our team shared an innate ambition to help others. We redesigned the business from the ground up to align with our personal objectives to help others and working equines. Kasey shares our passion to try your best each day and to leave people, animals and the world better than you found them — we are looking forward to our partnership together.”

“I am so excited to be working with a company with such good values and a great product — that is really important to me and giving back is a passion of mine,” Perry-Glass explained. “What they do for working equines is amazing and I’m looking forward to telling more people about FullBucket and their one-for-one giving business model. They portray what I want my team to stand for and I am really excited to be able to work with them.”

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