Jane Elene Christensen
+45 24 23 75 95
I am born in 1980, and live in Taastrup, Denmark, with my border collies Jiggy and Do It.
I work as a Biomedical Laboratory Scientist at Roskilde hospital where I take blood samples and do the analyzing afterwards.
Up until 2008 my main hobby was horses, and I have been riding from 1990 to 2008, and I had my own horse in the years 1999 to 2007. I was also a dressage judge for almost five years, but now... kind of strange... I have nothing to do with horses.
I have been doing agility since 1995, but my passion for agility really exploded in 2008 where I got my new puppy, Jiggy. The biggest achievement for Jiggy and I was that we competed at the world championships 2011 and got a 2nd place in the individual jumping run. Only one knocked bar in the jumpers run kept us from beeing world champions.
I have been an agility instructor since 2005. In 2014 I joined OneMind Dogs to become one of the first OneMind Dogs Coaches. I have weekly classes and give seminars in Denmark as well as abroad. From September 1st 2017 I will have on year off from my normal job, to be able to teach more in agility.
My biggest goals are being a member of the Danish National Team, to produce top agility dogs, which I hopefully will be seeing at the big events in the future, and to develope as a trainer to give high quality training for dogs and people.