Angelo

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Angelo

Quarter Horse

hands
lbs.
Ready for Adoption
No
Color
Sorrel/Chestnut
Training Status
Training
Ground Hours
11 hours
Riding Hours
11 hours
AM Feed
PM Feed
Special Needs

CREDENTIALS

  • Assigned
    • Unknown
    • Red
    • Orange
    • Yellow
    • Blue
    • Green
  • Unassigned
    • Unknown
    • Red
    • Orange
    • Yellow
    • Blue
    • Green
Feed
Catch
GHQ
GFQ
Lead
Back
Send
Blanket
Tie
Farrier
Trailer
Vet
2 Line
Saddle
Mount
HQ
FQ
GBack
Walk
W/T
Trot
T/L
Lope/Canter
Bonus

LATEST LOG ENTRY

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04/03/2020 04:35

Belly Rope: Challenge complete!

Complete this challenge by create an activity log after you have successfully led with the belly rope.

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06/06/2019 11:55

Angelo's details changed.

Owner has been changed from Noelle AlmRud to Noelle AlmRud.

has been changed from archived to unarchived.

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05/18/2019 09:37

Angelo's details changed.

has been changed from unarchived to archived.

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02/25/2019 07:08

Loading in a Row: Challenge complete!

Mark this challenge complete when you have logged four activities in a row, where the horse has loaded into the trailer on the first try.

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02/25/2019 07:07

Load: Challenge complete!

Log an activity for a horse that has successfully loaded into the trailer.

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03/02/2018 03:48

Groundwork

Had a good, quiet session today. Worked on walking calmly and squeezing between me and the fence without rushing

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02/26/2018 06:48

Groundwork

Angelo was very impatient and pushy today. When I backed him to the end of the rope he wouldn’t stand still, and when I snapped the rope he would rear. When he did this, I pushed him forward, hard, and kept him going and changing directions until I asked him to stop. We did this several times until he would stand quietly at the end of the rope

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02/23/2018 05:41

Groundwork

Worked on the squeeze game between me and the fence. It took a little while for him to walk through relaxed. He did not like when I banged the stick on the saddle, so I did this on both sides until he relaxed

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02/16/2018 06:10

Groundwork

Worked on fine tuning ground work. He had trouble backing, and standing still once he was backed up. We worked on it. Moved hindquarters, forequarters, and went sideways well

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02/12/2018 05:19

Groundwork

Discovered that his reading problem is not due to the bit, but the cross ties. Did not put bit on over halter while he was tied today, just waited until he was in the round pen, and he was fine. When I left himnon the cross ties just saddled and walked away, he started to rear and fidget. Dani is going to get her patience pole fixed so we can start tying him there

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02/10/2018 03:03

Groundwork

He kicked at me in the cross ties when I asked him to move over. I saddled him and when I put the bridle on her reared again. I did a lot of intense work in the round pen to get his focus. A lot of changing direction and keeping his feet moving. I did not allow him to look away from me. Then I used my fingers on the bit to start asking him to bend left and right, and get used to pressure on the bit

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02/05/2018 04:54

Saddled

Saddled on cross ties and put bridle with bit over halter. Everything for correctly but he still reared and got loose on the cross ties. I put him back until he relaxed and stood quietly. In the round pen I worked him on line first. He shook his head some, but settled down and had a nice session.

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01/29/2018 04:02

Saddled

Saddled for the first time in several weeks and did groundwork. He did buck some in the beginning of the session. He settled down and worked on going sideways and giving to the pressure of the halter. We played with the ball and he’s starting to learn to push it to me

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01/22/2018 06:57

Groundwork

Did some conditioning in the roundpen with him, and worked on desensitizing with the ball

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01/12/2018 04:50

Accepting bit

He get very worked up and agitated about the bit. I let him sit on the cross ties with the bit in while haltered. He pulled back once. Once he settled, I took him in the round pen and sent him out to let him get comfortable carrying it. He shook his head a lot in the beginning, but did settle down toward the end

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01/10/2018 04:15

Groundwork

First session back in several weeks. Saddled and he bucked a little the first few canter strides. He was pretty relaxed today and didn’t have any problems. Worked on allowing me to walk all the way around him while he stood still. He gets nervous when you go behind him, but he did let me do it after a few tries

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12/19/2017 04:28

Groundwork

Did a warm up exercise to help him relaxed, then bridled him again. He is very worried about playing with the bit. He is constantly messing with it and shaking his head. I make him move his feet and he forgets it and is fine, but as soon as he stops, he starts messing with it again. I ended it when he relaxed some.

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12/18/2017 03:59

Introduced bit

Today I introduced him to a snaffle bit and had a short session to let him carry it while still on a halter and lead. He is very uncomfortable with it and would not stop fidgeting, but he did not panic. Did get better as the session went on

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12/15/2017 04:28

Groundwork

Saddled, did usual exercises, then introduced a bit. He was very good today. He is not panicking as much when put under pressure, and is giving a lot more relaxation and kicking/chewing/blowing out

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12/14/2017 04:06

Groundwork

He was very relaxed and responsive today. Lots of blowing out and licking and chewing. Worked on him accepting pressure, and relaxing

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12/07/2017 08:53

Groundwork

Saddled and did groundwork at liberty. He was much more relaxed, but would not come up to me. We worked it out, and after 45 mins he did come up, so I ended it there

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12/05/2017 08:39

Groundwork

Had a lot of energy. Worked on relaxing at liberty, and coming in to me. Took a while, but ended on a good note.

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11/30/2017 08:43

Ground work

Did a tune up on all ground work. He had a lot of energy and started off defiant and not focused. He settled down after he started paying attention, and he w/t/c on the circle very nicely. He had trouble squeezing between me and the fence, but with some work was able to do it quietly

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11/24/2017 04:07

Groundwork

Much more cautious with saddle today. Did buck some at first. Going back to groundwork for a while until he can relax again.

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11/18/2017 06:21

Groundwork and rode

Did groundwork to warm up, then rode. He did well walking. Worked on lateral flexion, stopping , and backing in the rope halter. He became very soft. Asked for a trot, and it started well. When I asked him to slow down, and got bracey and broke into a canter, and starting bucking. I fell off, did some more groundwork to get him focused again, and got back on and sat on him until he relaxed.

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11/17/2017 01:06

Groundwork and rode

Did some liberty work to get him focused. He had not been worked with in several weeks. Once he was focused, I mounted him and rode him at a walk for several minutes around the round pen.

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06/27/2017 06:39

HQ, FQ, Lead, Back: Challenge complete!

Successfully complete this challenge when you are able to complete the HQ, FQ, Lead and Backing exercises with the horse that was previously uncatchable or difficult to catch.

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05/09/2017 09:00

Participates in Haltering: Challenge complete!

Successfully complete this challenge when you are able to add a picture of a horse that is participating in the haltering process. Ideally, this is a horse that you have been progressing through this purpose with and is one that was previously uncatchable or difficult to catch.

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05/09/2017 05:48

Backing – Steady Pressure: Challenge complete!

Complete this challenge when the horse assigned to this purpose can successfully back 10 steps away from you with the application of steady pressure. Ideally, the pressure is light enough that you only have to press on the hair or skin, but not the muscle or bone.

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05/09/2017 05:47

Backing – Intention: Challenge complete!

Complete this challenge when the horse assigned to this purpose can successfully back 10 steps away from you with just your intention.

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05/04/2017 01:04

FQ Yields RIGHT – Steady Pressure: Challenge complete!

Complete this challenge when the horse assigned to this purpose can successfully yield their Forequarters a full 360 degree rotation to the right with steady pressure. Ideally, the steady pressure does not require more than 4oz of strength (enough pressure to apply on the hair or skin, but not the muscle or bone)

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05/04/2017 01:03

FQ Yields LEFT – Steady Pressure: Challenge complete!

Complete this challenge when the horse assigned to this purpose can successfully yield their Forequarters a full 360 degree rotation to the left with steady pressure. Ideally, the steady pressure does not require more than 4oz of strength (enough pressure to apply on the hair or skin, but not the muscle or bone)

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05/04/2017 01:03

HQ Yields LEFT – Steady Pressure: Challenge complete!

Complete this challenge when the horse assigned to this purpose can successfully yield their Hindquarters a full 360 degree rotation to the left with steady pressure. Ideally, the steady pressure does not require more than 4oz of strength (enough on the hair or skin, but not the muscle or bone)

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05/04/2017 01:03

HQ Yields RIGHT – Steady Pressure: Challenge complete!

Complete this challenge when the horse assigned to this purpose can successfully yield their Hindquarters a full 360 degree rotation to the right with steady pressure. Ideally, the steady pressure does not require more than 4oz of strength (enough on the hair or skin, but not the muscle or bone)

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05/04/2017 01:03

FQ Yields RIGHT - Intention: Challenge complete!

Complete this challenge when the horse assigned to this purpose can successfully yield their Forequarters a full 360 degree rotation to the right with just your intention.

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05/04/2017 01:03

FQ Yields LEFT – Intention: Challenge complete!

Complete this challenge when the horse assigned to this purpose can successfully yield their Forequarters a full 360 degree rotation to the left with just your intention.

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01/28/2017 03:42

Approach The Horse’s Space: Challenge complete!

Complete this challenge when you are able to approach the horse assigned to this purpose more easily or more closely than before.

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01/24/2017 03:33

Assign a Horse To Catch In a Pen: Challenge complete!

Ask your director/trainer which horse to assign to this purpose. Once you assign the horse (From the purpose page), mark this task complete.

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01/23/2017 01:54

Send a Horse Through a Gate or Tight Space: Challenge complete!

Complete this task after you have logged a training activity for a horse that you successfully led/sent through a tight space or gate. All while keeping your tools tidy and maintaining a safe personal space. Be sure to add a picture!

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01/23/2017 01:53

Lead a Horse: Challenge complete!

Log a training activity for a horse that you successfully led with tidy tools, all while keeping the horse at a safe and comfortable distance. Ideally, 4ft or more of space.

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01/23/2017 01:53

Assign A Horse to this Challenge: Challenge complete!

With the help of your director/trainer, assign a horse to this purpose that you will complete the challenges with. As a bonus, your director may have already assigned a horse for you! Ideally, this will be the same horse you chose for grooming from the previous purpose - VOLUNTEER 1: Equine Body Language

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01/05/2017 12:00

Catch a Horse in a Herd

I caught Angelo in a herd with Sunny.

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01/04/2017 04:08

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Ivomectrin

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12/13/2016 04:18

Mounting Block: Challenge complete!

Complete this challenge when the horse assigned to this purpose is able to successfully stand still next to the mounting block when the flag is in motion in the air around them, above them, and below them. Be sure the horse is accepting the flag vs just tolerating it in their space before completing this challenge. If you find you have a horse that is tolerating it and just can't seem to progress toward accepting the flag in any of the previous challenges, be sure to ask for help before progressing to this challenge.

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12/13/2016 04:17

Accepts the Flag in Motion: Challenge complete!

Complete this challenge when the horse assigned to this purpose is able to successfully remain relaxed in motion, while the flag is also in motion in the air around them, above them, and below them. Be sure the horse is accepting the flag vs just tolerating it in their space before completing this challenge. If you find you have a horse that is tolerating it and just can't seem to progress toward accepting the flag, be sure to ask for help. Sometimes progressing through all the lessons and coming back to these specific challenges can help Be sure to log your activity!

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12/13/2016 04:16

Accepts the Flag for Direction: Challenge complete!

Complete this challenge when the horse assigned to this purpose is able to successfully distinguish the difference between your intention for them to stand still when the flag is in motion and when your intention is for them to move forward away from your energy and the energy of the flag.

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09/27/2016 05:31

Catch A Horse In a Pen: Challenge complete!

When you successfully catch a horse from their pen and return them in a way your trainer/director approves of, add a training activity for that horse, and mark this challenge complete.

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09/27/2016 05:09

Catch a Horse In a Herd: Challenge complete!

When you successfully catch a horse from their herd and return them in a way your trainer/director approves of, create a training activity for that horse, and mark this challenge complete.

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09/27/2016 05:07

Assign a Horse to Catch in A Herd: Challenge complete!

Ask your Director/Trainer which horse you should assign to this purpose. This will be a horse you will perform the "Catch a Horse in a Herd" Challenge with.

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09/22/2016 04:02

Edit Email or Password, and Emergency Contact Info: Challenge complete!

  Change your password to something you prefer, update your email info as necessary and provide us with Emergency Contact information. Only directors will have access to your emergency contact information.

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