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Join us on Wednesday 12th July for an equine behaviour case study webinar with a difference! In this webinar, Clinical Animal Behaviourist, Kayna Prescott, will be comparing case outcomes in horses/ponies that present with a significant fear of people.
Kayna will share the training journey of a pony who had an unknown history but presented with a significant fear of people. She will review other equine cases with similar presentations that had different outcomes in terms of behaviour resolution, to consider how the animal’s history, environment and past handling can affect his/her progress. The case is ongoing and highlights the importance of having a training plan, working effectively with other professionals, and monitoring behaviour over time.
Date: Wednesday 12th July
Time: 7.30pm to 9.00pm including Q&A
If you can’t attend live, the webinar will be recorded and delegates will have 3 months to watch the recording.
Based in South West England, Kayna is a Certificated Clinical Animal Behaviourist registered with the Animal Behaviour and Training Council and is a full member of the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors and Fellowship of Animal Behaviour Clinicians. Kayna completed her BSc Animal Behaviour and Wildlife Biology in 2005 and has worked across the world on research projects including African Wild Dogs in East Africa and Badgers in the UK. Kayna travelled to Mongolia to study the behaviour of the Przewalski horses living wild after a successful reintroduction programme. The time spent immersed in the study of ethology of the horse inspired and influenced her work with domestic horses. Kayna has owned, competed and trained her own horses since childhood and spent several years enjoying daily riding through the African bush. Since returning to the UK, Kayna has developed her own private consultancy business and is an Equine Sport Massage Therapist holding qualifications in Bit and Bridle fitting. Kayna currently works as the Lead Behaviour for The Donkey Sanctuary in Devon.