Nicholasville, KY – August 6, 2019 – The team at MediVet Equine would like to extend congratulations to preferred partner Boyd Martin for taking home the individual eventing gold medal at the Lima 2019 Pan American Games. Martin, who piloted his champion mount Tsterleg, was also a part of the U.S. Eventing Team that brought home a gold medal with a collective score of 91.2, securing their spot in the upcoming Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.

From start to finish, Martin and his teammates held a commanding lead in the Three-Day Eventing competition in Lima, Peru. During the first phase of competition, Martin put in a solid dressage test to earn a score of 25.6 and sit in the second place seat, just behind American teammate Tamara Smith.

The second day of competition showcased Martin and Tsetserleg’s skills in the grueling cross-country phase. The pair took the lead and finished the day with only 25.6 penalties, while may of the other competitors struggled to complete the track in its entirety. During the final show jumping phase of competition, Martin guided the 11-year-old Trakehner gelding, owned by Christine Turner, to two faultless rounds. Martin secured not only his place on the top of the podium, but the U.S. Eventing Team’s gold medal and a spot in the world’s most competitive stage next summer – the 2020 Olympics.

The team at MediVet Equine is humbled to play a role in the success of not only Martin, but the U.S. Eventing Team as a whole. MediVet Equine’s breakthrough product, MediVet ACS (Autologous Conditioned Serum), has helped Martin train his horses to the level of peak performance necessary to compete successfully at events around the globe.

MediVet ACS is the only systemic approach to inflammation management and whole horse wellness, offering an unrivaled regenerative ability. When administered regularly, MediVet ACS allows a horse to train, perform and feel comfortable without the use of steroids or invasive procedures.
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