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Jennifer Serot

Jennifer Serot
Jennifer is the newest member of the Manna Pro Equine Team. She has been riding and showing dressage for 20 years and enjoys spending time with her Connemara pony. Jennifer graduated with her BSBA and MBA in Marketing from Washington University in St. Louis.

Recent Posts

 

Fly Control From The Inside Out- Nature's Force Bug Clear

Summer has finally arrived and along with it, insects.  As the temperatures heat up, equine fly spray goes on. There are many options to help the horse owner fight off flies, manage mosquitoes, deter deer flies, negate nasty gnats and keep their equine partners free of predation by the various insects that buzz about in the Spring and Summer.

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The Pro's Secret to Applying Fly Spray

Putting fly spray on in the summer is akin to a habit like brushing our teeth in the morning. It becomes a daily routine!  But, did you know that there is a method to properly apply fly spray?  

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Fly Masks: The First Line of Defense Against Flies

Ever heard the phrase, “Where there are horses, there are flies?" As horse owners, we know that phrase far too well!  As we gear up for fly season, it is time to get your fly control arsenal ready.  It is important not to forget about one of the most sensitive parts of your horse, his face!  In addition to fly spray and premise control, you can protect your horse's face, ears, nose and eyes with a mask.

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The Underweight Senior Horse: A Before + After Rescue Story

Is your senior horse receiving the nutrition he needs?   When a horse is in his senior years, it can be even more difficult for him to maintain or gain weight due to many factors such as loss of ability to chew and loss of muscle mass due to normal aging.  The heartwarming story shared by Janis, demontrates what tender love, care and the right nutrition can do for some friends in need!

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Is Your Horse Prone To Osteoarthritis?

Joint problems in horses can be debilitating and unfortunately, affects many horses as they age. When you think of Osteoarthritis, you may think of a human ailment: our knees aching in the morning, tightness getting out of bed, stiffness in our ankles.  Well, horses suffer from this as well, and it can be painful and debilitating to a horse’s over all well-being and career, if he is a performance horse. 

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Meet Pro-Rider Niki Clarke


Meet Niki Clarke, Manna Pro Pro-Rider, and Grand Prix dressage rider to watch! What does it take to be top level? Plus insider training tips to keep her beautiful horses focused in the ring. 

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