Charmander

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Charmander


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Ready for Adoption
No
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Ground Hours
3 hours
Riding Hours
0 hours
AM Feed
PM Feed
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Blanket
Tie
Farrier
Trailer
Vet
2 Line
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HQ
FQ
GBack
Walk
W/T
Trot
T/L
Lope/Canter
Bonus

LATEST LOG ENTRY

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05/03/2019 02:52

Charmander's details changed.

has been changed from unarchived to archived.

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03/31/2019 07:54

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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03/31/2019 07:54

Load: Challenge complete!

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

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03/24/2019 07:41

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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03/24/2019 07:33

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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03/24/2019 07:17

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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03/24/2019 07:03

Accepts the Flag at a Stand Still: Challenge complete!

Complete this challenge when the horse assigned to this purpose is able to successfully stand still 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, 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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03/18/2019 06:16

Send EVERYWHERE - LEFT: Challenge complete!

Complete this challenge when you have successfully sent your horse out and over/under/through at least 5 obstacles. Be sure to include a Tarp, Jump, and Gate. Remember, it only counts if the horse goes directly through the middle!

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03/18/2019 06:16

Send EVERYWHERE - RIGHT: Challenge complete!

Complete this challenge when you have successfully sent your horse out and over/under/through at least 5 obstacles. Be sure to include a Tarp, Jump, and Gate. Remember, it only counts if the horse goes directly through the middle!

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03/18/2019 06:02

Circle RIGHT: Challenge complete!

Complete this challenge when you can successfully send a horse out for a full lap to the right - all without moving your feet, the horse pulling on the rope, or stopping during the lap. Remember, when a horse stops, it's great practice to send them out again. You just can't complete this challenge until they stay out there for a full lap to show you they are committed to going where you pointed them.

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03/17/2019 07:32

Send LEFT Over: Challenge complete!

Complete this challenge when you can successfully send a horse out and over, under, or through an obstacle that is 10 feet away from you - all without moving your feet or the horse pulling on the rope.

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03/17/2019 07:32

Send RIGHT Over: Challenge complete!

Complete this challenge when you can successfully send a horse out and over, under, or through an obstacle that is 10 feet away from you - all without moving your feet or the horse pulling on the rope.

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03/17/2019 07:03

Send Out LEFT: Challenge complete!

Pick an object or obstacle that is directly to your left, and placed about 10' away from you. Complete this challenge when you can have a horse that is facing you, standing straight out in front of you, and you can send them out and to the right to put a nose or foot on the object placed to your right. If you are the center of a clock. The horse is at 12 O'Clock and you are sending them to 9 O'clock.

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03/17/2019 07:03

Send Out RIGHT: Challenge complete!

Pick an object or obstacle that is directly to your right, and placed about 10' away from you. Complete this challenge when you can have a horse that is facing you, standing straight out in front of you, and you can send them out and to the right to put a nose or foot on the object placed to your right. If you are the center of a clock. The horse is at 12 O'Clock and you are sending them to 3 O'clock.

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03/17/2019 06:44

Nose Bag: Challenge complete!

Compete this challenge when you have been able to easily use a nose bag for a week straight with the horse assigned to this challenge. Remember to have them participate in putting it on and taking it off, just as you would a halter.

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03/13/2019 12:01

Unhaltering: Challenge complete!

Add a short video (30 seconds or less) to the training activity that shows the horse assigned to this purpose being properly unaltered.

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03/13/2019 12:01

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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03/12/2019 11:47

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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03/12/2019 11:24

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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03/12/2019 11:09

Assign a Horse: Challenge complete!

Assign a horse to this purpose that cannot be caught, is difficult to catch, or that could use some small improvements on catching.

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03/11/2019 05:39

Standing tied

Had Charmander stand tied again. He was much better this time and wasn\\\'t trying to set back. He was still pawing and jerking his head around, but didn\\\'t do it for as long.

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03/11/2019 05:30

FQ and HQ yields

Worked with Charmander on his FQ and HQ yields for the bonus points on submittable. He at first doesn’t focus on me as much and is paying attention to all the horses around him. Once he’s acclimated, he pays a lot more attention. Overall he did all his yields very easily and was even picking up on the intention yields quickly. We also played around with the trail obstacles for the first time and he did very well! The tarp didn’t bother him one bit and he even carried it around.

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03/10/2019 05:36

Standing tied

Had Charmander wrapped 3 times around the stocks. He was agitated but wasn\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'t setting back or pulling. I left him unattended and he manged to pull away. I this time tied him to the stocks and he was dancing around, rearing and pawing. I left him there until he calmed down.

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