Clinical Staff

 

 

 

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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.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Danielle Pusillo currently resides in Allentown, NJ.  Danielle was first introduced to horses at the early age of three and acquired her first horse, Cassidy, at age ten.  Although Danielle learned to ride both English and Western, her current passions are barrel racing and cutting competitions where she has won numerous awards.  Danielle resides on her own farm where she actively trains young horses.  She is also currently working towards earning an associate degree in business.  Danielle's interest in veterinary medicine culminated when she joined the New Jersey Equine Clinic team as a surgical technician in the fall of 2016.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Alex Sebastiani began a passion for horses at the age of three. She competed in the equitation and hunter divisions through high school, then found her thrill in eventing. After graduating from Rider University with a degree in psychology, she groomed for FEI event horses, traveling between Florida and New Jersey. Veterinary medicine became an interest when she started working as a hospital technician at B.W Furlong.  Alex began working at New Jersey Equine Clinic in 2020, and her love of veterinary medicine continues to be fulfilled. She currently owns 2 horses,  Triscuit and Kitty. When not riding or working, Alex can be found taking care of her aquarium and her small animals at home as well as playing with her 2 year old son. She also enjoys Disney and running half marathons.