The Centaur who’s coolest under fire, the Hunting Centaur loves to “bring home the bacon.” At his core, he’s like Odysseus, the Greek who devised the stratagem that won the Trojan War.
With less intense Masculine than the Fighting Centaur, the Hunting Centaur is more deliberate and crafty.
His natural strength is achieving specific goals.
He’s very goal-oriented, and pursues things in a single-minded way. If there’s something important to be achieved, an intractable problem to be solved, he’s the man for the job.
Because he’s focused on “making the kill,” in a literal or figurative sense, he can seem cold and calculating. But this is what allows him to see conditions clearly and get results.
What matters most to him is to be successful.
He’s self-motivated, so he needs autonomy to be at his best. If he has the freedom to operate on his own, he usually does well. He probably excels at what he does for a living.
His social circle tends to be small: his woman, his family, a couple of close friends. He likes it when his prowess is recognized, so he may display testaments to it, like framed awards, or a nice car.
He looks cool and clean-cut.
The Hunting Centaur has eyes that seem to see through you. He’s a cool customer who doesn’t mind pressure.
He might be a military man, or a scientist or engineer “hunting” for answers. He might also be in finance, where he can “make a killing.” Paul Singer, Wall Street hedge fund manager, is an excellent example of a Hunting Centaur.