Mckayla Krajcsovics grew up in Monroe Township, NJ with strong family ties to agriculture. She has pursued many interests over the years including riding and competing in the hunter/jumper equestrian world, managing her family farm stands, working at a canine breeding/training kennel, and competing in collegiate soft ball and field hockey. In November of 2021, Mckayla decided to revisit her equine interests and joined the New Jersey Equine Clinic team. Mckayla enjoys spending time and hunting with her chocolate lab, Remi, on the rare occasion when not working.
Alicia Morgan began working at the New Jersey Equine Clinic in 2019 after a lifetime of horses and riding. Born and raised in Monmouth County, Alicia started riding Western at the age of ten, and soon thereafter switched to English and the horse show ring as her love for Thoroughbred horses prevailed. She competed in hunter/jumper shows for over fifteen years with a preference for equitation and jumpers. Her fondness for Thoroughbreds led her to the racetrack where she began scouting future sport horses for the show ring to rehome and train, and also brought her the good fortune of meeting her husband. Alicia enjoyed working in a small animal veterinary clinic for thirteen years prior to pursuing a career with horses at the New Jersey Equine Clinic. She lives with her husband and daughter on a farm where they care for horses, chickens, dogs, cats, and a miniature donkey. Alicia also enjoys reading and cooking in the small amount of spare time she has when not pursuing her number one love of riding.
Jessie Santana was born in Freehold, NJ and currently resides in Middletown, NJ. Jessie was introduced to horses at an early age via her uncle who helped manage the former Standardbred training center, Showplace Farms. She began taking English riding lessons and competed in both dressage and hunter/jumper shows. Jessie began working as an ambulatory technician in 2019 for Jersey Shore Equine, and also joined the clinical staff of New Jersey Equine Clinic part time in the spring of 2022.