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Team eZall is proud to welcome elite show jumper and grand prix rider Todd Minikus into its outstanding family of horsemen. Showing professionally for more than 20 years, Minikus has received numerous awards and accolades for his talent and ability.

Spending a lot of time in Florida, whether show jumping or training, Minikus says that eZall Total Body Wash has helped him immensely.

“We have so many problems with ‘Florida funk’ because of all the moisture and bacteria in the ground. Skin irritations and infection are common because it’s so hard to get them clean. I was amazed at the cleanliness that was the result of the product,” says Minikus.

Climbing to the top, Minikus has won the United States’ most prestigious event, the $100,000 Budweiser American Invitational, in 1997 as well as represented the U.S. in the 1991, 1995 and 2000 World Cup Finals. He continues to lengthen his laundry list of wins as he sets the show jumping world on fire by constantly outperforming his competition.

An elite international rider with personal grooms, Minikus still takes the time to ensure his horses’ health and wellbeing, including bathing. Not advocating a product unless he’s used it himself, he states that he loves the eZall’s effectiveness.

“I can speak for myself that eZall gets my horses and dogs cleaner than any shampoo I’ve ever used. You just apply it, let it sit and it’s amazing how it just rinses everything away,” says Minikus.

A recipient of a United States Equestrian Team grant to represent the U.S. on a 1997 European tour, Todd Minikus is one of the world’s most esteemed equestrian professionals. Todd, along with his talented chestnut stallion, Oh Star, was named the alternate member on the 2000 USET Olympic show jumping squad that represented the U.S. at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games.

Minikus spends half of the year at Falkirk Farm in Central Valley, N.Y., and the other half at his family’s home in Wellington, Fla. with his wife, Amanda, and their four month old son, Colt. For more information on Todd Minikus, visit

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