Cinco

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Cinco

Grade

hands
lbs.
Ready for Adoption
No
Color
Sorrel/Chestnut
Training Status
Rehabilitation
Ground Hours
0 hours
Riding Hours
0 hours
AM Feed
2-3 flakes grass hay
PM Feed
2-3 flakes grass hay
Special Needs
Adopted 8/22/18

CREDENTIALS

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    • Unknown
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    • Green
  • Unassigned
    • Unknown
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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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09/11/2019 03:46

Cinco's details changed.

has been changed from unarchived to archived.

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08/29/2019 06:32

Advanced Halter Knot: Challenge complete!

Add a picture to a training log of a horse that is assigned to you of a correctly tied advanced halter knot.

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08/29/2019 06:32

Clove Hitch: Challenge complete!

Add a picture to a training log of a horse that is assigned to you of a correctly tied clove hitch. The lead rope can be attached to a real horse (if the horse is ready for this exercise) or it can be attached to an empty halter if you are doing this as a simulation with a "Volunteer" horse.

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08/29/2019 06:32

Bowline: Challenge complete!

Add a picture to a training log of a horse that is assigned to you of a correctly tied bowline knot. The lead rope can be attached to a real horse (if the horse is ready for this exercise) or it can be attached to an empty halter if you are doing this as a simulation with a "Volunteer" horse.

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08/29/2019 06:31

Tidy Tail: Challenge complete!

Add a picture to a training log of a horse that is assigned to you of how you finished the knot with either a daisy chain or a "lock". If your organization has a preference of a certain technique, be sure to show this. The lead rope can be attached to a real horse (if the horse is ready for this exercise) or it can be attached to an empty halter if you are doing this as a simulation with a "Volunteer" horse.

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08/29/2019 06:31

Quick Release Knot: Challenge complete!

Add a picture to a training log of a horse that is assigned to you of a correctly tied quick release knot. The lead rope can be attached to a real horse (if the horse is ready for this exercise) or it can be attached to an empty halter if you are doing this as a simulation with a "Volunteer" horse.

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08/29/2019 06:31

Correctly Wrapped Lead Rope: Challenge complete!

Add a picture to a training log of a horse that is assigned to you of a correctly wrapped lead rope. The lead rope can be attached to a real horse (if the horse is ready for this exercise) or it can be attached to an empty halter if you are doing this is a simulation with a "Volunteer" horse.

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08/29/2019 06:31

Where to Tie: Challenge complete!

Add a picture to a training log of a horse that is assigned to you of where you would consider to be a safe place to wrap or tie the horse.

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08/29/2019 06:31

Ready to Tie?: Challenge complete!

Post a picture to the FB group of a horse that you feel is ready to tie. https://www.facebook.com/groups/714145648627452/

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08/29/2019 06:30

Correctly Tied Halter: Challenge complete!

Add a picture to the training activity of a horse you correctly tied the halter knot on. Be sure the halter is in the proper position whether it is a rope halter or a web halter.

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08/29/2019 06:30

Tidy Tools: Challenge complete!

Post a picture to the Forever Foundation FB Page of your tidy tools Halter & Lead Rope, Stick and String, Longer Lead Rope. https://www.facebook.com/groups/HSUSForeverFoundation/ If you don't have access to the group, email info@CarterRanchHorse.com with the email you have your FB account set up with.

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07/06/2019 10:21

Preparing to Mount: Challenge complete!

Upload a photo of your horse improving their ability to stand quietly to mount before going for a ride! FNeed help? Check out the video lessons in the "Mounting" Purpose. Need more help? Send us a video for coaching.

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05/10/2019 07:13

Cinco's details changed.

has been changed from archived to unarchived.

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11/29/2018 05:34

Cinco's details changed.

Special needs has been changed from to Adopted 8/22/18.

has been changed from unarchived to archived.

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09/25/2018 01:13

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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09/25/2018 01:13

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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09/24/2018 09:25

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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09/24/2018 09:25

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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09/24/2018 09:24

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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09/24/2018 09:24

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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09/24/2018 09:24

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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09/24/2018 09:24

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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09/24/2018 09:23

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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09/24/2018 09:23

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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09/24/2018 09:23

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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09/24/2018 09:22

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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04/27/2018 12:08

Cinco's details changed.

Rescue reason has been changed from to Surrender.

Companion only has been changed from to No.

Adoptable has been changed from to No.

AM feed has been changed from to 2-3 flakes grass hay.

PM feed has been changed from to 2-3 flakes grass hay.

Viewability status has been changed from to Public.

Send to website has been changed from to Yes.

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