Bellini

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Bellini

Quarter Horse

Bellini

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Ready for Adoption
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Color
Bay
Training Status
Riding and Ground Training
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Back
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Lope/Canter
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LATEST LOG ENTRY

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01/15/2018 11:02

Bellini's details changed.

Owner has been changed from Kathy Ober to Tamara Mills.

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06/05/2017 08:02

Back 50? Circle – Right (with flexion to the inside): Challenge complete!

Mark this challenge complete when you are able to back a complete 50' circle to the right, with the horse flexed to the inside of the circle. If you were to take a snapshot of the horse, you wouldn't be able to tell if he was moving backward or forward because he would be "straight on the circle". Ideally the horse remains soft and fluid through this motion. The horse is making a combined motion of backing and turning versus backing then turning.

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06/05/2017 08:02

Back 50? Circle – Left (with flexion to the inside): Challenge complete!

Mark this challenge complete when you are able to back a complete 50' circle to the left, with the horse flexed to the inside of the circle. If you were to take a snapshot of the horse, you wouldn't be able to tell if he was moving backward or forward because he would be "straight on the circle". Ideally the horse remains soft and fluid through this motion. The horse is making a combined motion of backing and turning versus backing then turning.

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06/05/2017 08:01

Back Complete 50' Circle – Right: Challenge complete!

Mark this challenge complete when you are able to back a full circle to the right. Ideally the horse remains soft and fluid through this motion. The horse is making a combined motion of backing and turning versus backing then turning. A 50' circle preferred. The smaller the circle, the more difficult the maneuver.

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06/05/2017 08:01

Back Complete 50' Circle – Left: Challenge complete!

Mark this challenge complete when you are able to back a full circle to the left. Ideally the horse remains soft and fluid through this motion. The horse is making a combined motion of backing and turning versus backing then turning. A 50' circle. The smaller the circle, the more difficult the maneuver.

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06/05/2017 08:01

Back 3/4 Circle - Right: Challenge complete!

Mark this challenge complete when you are able to back 3/4 of a circle to the right. Ideally the horse remains soft and fluid through this motion. The horse is making a combined motion of backing and turning versus backing then turning. Any size circle will be fine. The smaller the circle, the more difficult the maneuver.

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06/05/2017 08:01

Back 3/4 Circle - Left: Challenge complete!

Mark this challenge complete when you are able to back 3/4 of a circle to the left. Ideally the horse remains soft and fluid through this motion. The horse is making a combined motion of backing and turning versus backing then turning. Any size circle will be fine. The smaller the circle, the more difficult the maneuver.

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06/05/2017 08:01

Back a 1/2 Circle - Right: Challenge complete!

Mark this challenge complete when you are able to back half of a circle to the right. Ideally the horse remains soft and fluid through this motion. The horse is making a combined motion of backing and turning versus backing then turning. Any size circle will be fine. The smaller the circle, the more difficult the maneuver.

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06/05/2017 08:01

Back a 1/2 Circle - Left: Challenge complete!

Mark this challenge complete when you are able to back half of a circle to the left. Ideally the horse remains soft and fluid through this motion. The horse is making a combined motion of backing and turning versus backing then turning. Any size circle will be fine. The smaller the circle, the more difficult the maneuver.

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06/05/2017 08:01

Back a 1/4 Circle - Right: Challenge complete!

Mark this challenge complete when you are able to back a quarter of the circle to the right. Ideally the horse remains soft and fluid through this motion. The horse is making a combined motion of backing and turning versus backing then turning. Any size circle will be fine. The smaller the circle, the more difficult the maneuver.

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06/05/2017 08:01

Back a 1/4 Circle - Left: Challenge complete!

Mark this challenge complete when you are able to back a quarter of the circle to the left. Ideally the horse remains soft and fluid through this motion. The horse is making a combined motion of backing and turning versus backing then turning. Any size circle will be fine. The smaller the circle, the more difficult the maneuver.

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06/05/2017 07:58

90 Degree Right Turn at Trot: Challenge complete!

Mark this challenge complete when you are able to make a 90 degree turn to the right without losing the rhythm and cadence of the trot. Marking this complete also means the pressure required from your leg and rein is able to remain very light.

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06/05/2017 07:26

Lope to Trot with Soft Feel and Vertical Flexion: Challenge complete!

Mark this challenge complete when you are able to go from a lope to the trot with two reins and the horse offers a soft feel with lightness in his feet and some slight vertical flexion by tucking his nose.

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06/05/2017 07:26

From the Right Lead, Bend to a Stop, Release the Rein and Bend Again: Challenge complete!

Mark this challenge complete when you are able to bend the horse to a stop from the lope, release the rein, and then "catch" your horse before he goes completely straight and bend him again - all while the horse stays relaxed and without moving his feet.

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06/05/2017 07:24

Horse Slows from Trot to Walk or Stop when Rider Relaxes: Challenge complete!

Mark this challenge complete when the horse can feel your intention change from riding a trot to relaxing into the walk or stop, and responds in 4 steps or less. If you have to use the reins to help the horse complete this change, it doesn't count yet!

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06/05/2017 07:24

Horse Slows from Walk to Stop when Rider Relaxes: Challenge complete!

Mark this challenge complete when the horse can feel your intention change from riding a walk to relaxing into the stop, and responds in 4 steps or less. If you have to use the reins to help the horse complete this change, it doesn't count yet!

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06/05/2017 07:24

Lope to Back Up with Soft Feel and Vertical Flexion: Challenge complete!

Mark this challenge complete when you are able to go from a lope to the back up with two reins and the horse offers a soft feel with lightness in his feet and some slight vertical flexion by tucking his nose.

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06/05/2017 07:24

Trot to Back Up with Soft Feel and Vertical Flexion: Challenge complete!

Mark this challenge complete when you are able to go from a trot to the back up with two reins and the horse offers a soft feel with lightness in his feet and some slight vertical flexion by tucking his nose.

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06/05/2017 07:24

Walk to Back Up with Soft Feel and Vertical Flexion: Challenge complete!

Mark this challenge complete when you are able to go from a walk to the back up with two reins and the horse offers a soft feel with lightness in his feet and some slight vertical flexion by tucking his nose.

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06/05/2017 07:24

Trot to Walk with Soft Feel and Vertical Flexion: Challenge complete!

Mark this challenge complete when you are able to go from a trot to the walk with two reins and the horse offers a soft feel with lightness in his feet and some slight vertical flexion by tucking his nose.

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06/05/2017 07:23

Transition from a Trot to a Right Lead: Challenge complete!

Mark this challenge complete when you can transition from a trot to a right lead in 4 steps or less and the horse can maintain the desired speed for at least 2 laps without speeding up.

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06/05/2017 07:23

From the Left Lead, Bend to a Stop, Release the Rein and Bend Again: Challenge complete!

Mark this challenge complete when you are able to bend the horse to a stop from the lope, release the rein, and then "catch" your horse before he goes completely straight and bend him again - all while the horse stays relaxed and without moving his feet.

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06/05/2017 07:22

Mount from Mounting Block: Challenge complete!

Mark this challenge complete when you are able to mount the horse from the mounting block, put both feet in the stirrups, and the horse is able to stand still while you are in the saddle, without tension on the reins.

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06/05/2017 07:22

Hip in Saddle from Mounting Block: Challenge complete!

Mark this challenge complete when you are able to log an activity for a horse where he stands still while you mount from the mounting block and place your hip in the saddle. All while keeping a hand on the inside rein. The rein should be loose to allow drift, but not so log that you couldn't help the horse if needed.

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06/05/2017 07:22

Lower Head from Mounting Block: Challenge complete!

Mark this challenge complete when you log an activity for lowering the horses head from the mounting block. Horse should stay still once you move him into position and throughout this exercises. Your feet should never have to leave the mounting block.

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06/05/2017 07:22

Rock Saddle Back and Forth - From Mounting Block: Challenge complete!

Mark this challenge complete when you log an activity for a horse that is able to find a comfortable and balanced place to stand after you rock the saddle back and forth from the mounting block, as if to throw him off balance, but the horse actually becomes more stable.

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06/05/2017 07:21

Pat Saddle from Mounting Block: Challenge complete!

Mark this challenge complete when you log an activity for standing on the mounting block and leading the horse up to you (without moving your feet) and being able to pat the saddle in preparation for mounting. This only counts if the horse is straight and not too far from the block, or pushing into your personal space.

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06/02/2017 08:57

90 Degree Right Turn at Walk: Challenge complete!

Mark this challenge complete when you are able to make a 90 degree turn to the right without losing the rhythm and cadence of the walk. Marking this complete also means the pressure required from your leg and rein is able to remain very light and the hind end could still remain in a hula hoop sized space for the duration of the turn.

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06/02/2017 08:49

Mount Left, Dismount Right, Mount Right, Dismount Left: Challenge complete!

Mark this challenge complete when you are able to mount on the left, dismount on the right, mount on the right, and dismount on the left. All while the horse remains still and relaxed. Try from the opposite side if you wish.

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06/02/2017 08:49

Mount and Dismount several times during a session: Challenge complete!

Mark this challenge complete when you are able to mount and dismount the horse several times during a session. At the start of the ride, several times during the ride, and at the end of the ride.

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06/02/2017 08:49

Mount, Relax, Walk 5 Steps, Bend to Stop, Relax: Challenge complete!

Mark this challenge complete when you are able to mount the horse from the ground. Horse stands still on a relaxed rein and find relaxation. You are able to walk the horse for 5 steps, bend to a stop, and have the rose relax again and stand still on a relaxed rein.

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06/02/2017 08:48

Back Horse Away from Mounting Block: Challenge complete!

Mark this challenge complete when you log an activity when you are able to move the horse back and away from the mounting block, all without moving your feet. This helps keep the horse in the frame of mind to be willingly guided, not just assume that mounting block come up to the block and tune out anything else. This also helps prepare you and the horse for a moment when the horse may push into the mounting block as if running you over with his presence.

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06/02/2017 08:47

Rub Horse on Shoulder from Mounting Block: Challenge complete!

Mark this challenge complete when you log an activity for standing on the mounting block and leading the horse up to you (without moving your feet) to rub the horse on the shoulder.

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06/02/2017 08:45

FQ Left, FQ Right, FQ Left, FQ Right: Challenge complete!

Mark this challenge complete when you are able to complete this sequence with softness, all while the HQ staying in the space of a small hula hoop. 1. Yield the FQ to the left until the horse is soft and engaged. Ideally a 90 degree revolution in this frame of mind and physical shape. 2. Yield the FQ to the right until the horse is soft and engaged. Ideally a 90 degree revolution in this frame of mind and physical shape. 3. Yield the FQ to the left until the horse is soft and engaged. Ideally a 90 degree revolution in this frame of mind and physical shape. 4. Yield the FQ to the right until the horse is soft and engaged. Ideally a 90 degree revolution in this frame of mind and physical shape.

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06/02/2017 08:45

HQ Right, HQ Left, HQ Right, HQ Left: Challenge complete!

Mark this challenge complete when you are able to complete this sequence with softness, all while maintaining the rhythm and cadence of a walk. 1. Yield the HQ to the right until the horse is soft and engaged. Ideally a full revolution in this frame of mind and physical shape. 2. Release into the walk and go somewhere. 3. Yield the HQ to the left until the horse is soft and free flowing. Ideally a full revolution in this frame of mind and physical shape. 4. Release into a walk and go somewhere. 5. Yield the HQ to the right until the horse is soft and engaged. Ideally a full revolution in this frame of mind and physical shape. 6. Release into the walk and go somewhere. 7. Yield the HQ to the left until the horse is soft and free flowing. Ideally a full revolution in this frame of mind and physical shape. 8. Release into the walk and go somewhere.

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06/02/2017 08:45

HQ Left, to FQ Right, Keep Walking: Challenge complete!

Mark this challenge complete when you are able to complete this sequence with softness, all while maintaining the rhythm and cadence of a walk. 1. Yield the HQ to the left until the horse is soft and engaged. Ideally a full revolution in this frame of mind and physical shape. 2. Yield the FQ to the right until the horse is soft and free flowing. Ideally a full revolution in this frame of mind and physical shape. 3. Release into a walk and go somewhere. This could be accomplished in a straight line, or on a right circle.

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06/02/2017 08:45

HQ Right, to FQ Left, Keep Walking: Challenge complete!

Mark this challenge complete when you are able to complete this sequence with softness, all while maintaining the rhythm and cadence of a walk. 1. Yield the HQ to the right until the horse is soft and engaged. Ideally a full revolution in this frame of mind and physical shape. 2. Yield the FQ to the left until the horse is soft and free flowing. Ideally a full revolution in this frame of mind and physical shape. 3. Release into a walk and go somewhere. This could be accomplished in a straight line, or on a left circle.

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06/02/2017 08:45

Roll HQ Right While Maintaining Walk: Challenge complete!

Mark this challenge complete when you are able to yield the HQ while maintaining the walking rhythm and cadence. Marking this complete also means the pressure required from your leg and rein is able to remain very light and the horse is able to stay soft in the bridle/halter/hackamore. This is an engaging maneuver and you should be able to feel your horse's back lift and become both powerful and supple.

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06/02/2017 08:45

Roll HQ Left While Maintaining Walk: Challenge complete!

Mark this challenge complete when you are able to yield the HQ while maintaining the walking rhythm and cadence. Marking this complete also means the pressure required from your leg and rein is able to remain very light and the horse is able to stay soft in the bridle/halter/hackamore. This is an engaging maneuver and you should be able to feel your horse's back lift and become both powerful and supple.

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06/02/2017 08:45

90 Degree Left Turn at Trot: Challenge complete!

Mark this challenge complete when you are able to make a 90 degree turn to the left without losing the rhythm and cadence of the trot. Marking this complete also means the pressure required from your leg and rein is able to remain very light.

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06/02/2017 08:44

90 Degree Left Turn at Walk: Challenge complete!

Mark this challenge complete when you are able to make a 90 degree turn to the left without losing the rhythm and cadence of the walk. Marking this complete also means the pressure required from your leg and rein is able to remain very light and the hind end could still remain in a hula hoop sized space for the duration of the turn.

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05/23/2017 12:31

Bellini's details changed.

Call name has been changed from Bellini1 to Bellini.

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05/12/2017 07:18

Bellini1's details changed.

Status has been changed from to Riding and Ground Training.

Companion only has been changed from to No.

Adoptable has been changed from to No.

Viewability status has been changed from to Public.

Send to website has been changed from to No.

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