Kentucky Performance Products, LLC Supports the Kentucky Junior Rodeo Association
December 6, 2012
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Becky Young
VERSAILLES, Ky. (Dec. 6, 2012) – Kentucky Performance Products (KPP), a leading equine supplement company, is excited to support the Kentucky Junior Rodeo Association (KJRA). KPP believes in supporting local organizations and its members. When approached by KJRA eight-year-old member Caden Talip, KPP jumped at the chance to help.
KJRA contestants are kindergarten through 8th grade and compete in events ranging from goat tying to barrel racing. Caden competes in goat tying, dummy roping, and chute dogging. He will be keeping KPP up to date throughout the season and blogging at www.KPPusa.com.
KPP markets a complete line of research-proven horse supplements for your rodeo horse’s needs, including Neigh-Lox Advanced, Elevate, Joint Armor, and Summer Games Electrolyte. For more information about KPP products, visit www.KPPusa.com or call 859-873-2974.
About Kentucky Performance Products, LLC
Since 1998, Kentucky Performance Products, LLC has simplified a horse owner’s search for research-proven nutritional supplements that meet the challenges facing modern horses. KPP supplements target specific nutritional needs and are formulated to complement today’s feeds, thus safeguarding against over-supplementation. Each product is scientifically formulated and made with high-quality ingredients at certified manufacturing facilities. Kentucky Performance Products is proud to offer a quality assurance promise backed by a money-back guarantee. Kentucky Performance Products brings you supplements you can count on because the horse that matters to you, matters to us.
About Kentucky Junior Rodeo Association
Established in 1988, more than 60 children are involved in the Kentucky Junior Rodeo Association throughout Kentucky. KJRA’s first sanctioned rodeo was held in April 1989. KJRA comprises three divisions: Division IA for kindergarten through second grade, Division IB for third through fifth grades, and Division II for sixth through eighth grades. The rodeo season runs from September to June. KJRA’s mission is to build character in youth, keep the Western Heritage alive and ensure future generations maintain Kentucky’s tradition of equestrian excellence.