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Serene has been formulated to reduce and alleviate the temperament changes that most horses are prone to these changes can be linked directly to fluctuating hormone levels and can equally affect both male and females. Serene is a unique product on the market because the medicinally grown ingredients are based on the latest science of plant compounds to inhibit and improve temperament in horses.
Mares especially are apt to go from angel to devil within a couple of days, making the horse extremely difficult to handle with uncooperative and unresponsive behaviour including resistance and reluctance to being ridden. For this reason many trainers prefer geldings to mares, however mares can be brilliant and deserve some help to sooth and smooth the hormonal changes that estrus brings. Many of the best mares are alpha females with a dominant and intelligent streak; alpha females often produce higher levels of both oestrogen and testosterone which can be challenging to say the least, Serene regulates and inhibits the over production of these temperament changing hormones making mood swings a thing of the past.
Training a stallion is different as many competing stallions suffer from a lack in concentration rather than uncooperative behaviour and may spend most of their time thinking about mares and exhibiting breeding behaviour or spend energy on showing off rather than concentrating on the job in hand.
Geldings are by nature more forgiving and compliant but if they were gelded late or are rigs (part gelded) they may show dominance/mating/ showy behaviour over other horses and be socially difficult to manage, catch box shoe leave other horses etc. Some retain territorial behaviour and will not tolerate other horses in their space.
Research has shown that changing hormone levels alters behaviour in all horses and that hyper-secretion or too much of any one hormone creates extreme behaviour at certain times of the season.
Serene has been formulated using the latest up to date research on hormones linked to behaviour changes and the effects of plant compounds to diminish and relieve symptoms.