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Equine behaviourist and therapist Elena Bajona was kind enough to answer some questions about what she does at Animantia. Her answers can be found below.

How much of your day/week is related to horses?
I am dedicated to horses 24/7

Elena Bajona, Equine Behaviourist and Therapist

Elena Bajona, Equine Behaviourist and Therapist

What is it exactly that you do?

  1. Experienced Equine Manager – Charming and friendly with excellent management skills and very good understanding of the variables in the horse breeding industry.
  2. Equine applied behaviorist & therapist – Specialized in equine welfare, in cognitive behavioral therapies and massages for horses.
  3. Talented trainer with extensive experience in the horse industry and multiple residences abroad.

In this field of work, is it possible to be a full time professional and earning a liveable income?
In Italy is very difficult, that is why I want to relocate.

What are the general steps taken to be employed in such a role?
Have excellent experience.  Be honest, love animals and have a lot of compassion.

Favourite horse memory?
My first horse I saved who passed away a few days ago. She has filled my life with huge emotional moments.

Future goals?
Work for a high – end professional breeding center, stud, training center, horse rescue center. I am willing to relocate because in Italy the Horse Industry is decreasing each year and nowadays my experience and expertise are more sought-after and appreciated outside of Italy. Furthermore I would like to put my expertise into the hands of people who can appreciate my expertise including my total respect for the nature of the horse.

Best thing about your sport/profession?
I am feeling satisfied and happy when I know I can use my expertise to help horses and people.

“A horse which stops dead just before a jump and thus propels its rider into a graceful arc provides a splendid excuse for general merriment.” ― Philip, Duke of Edinburgh

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