Dream Catcher

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Dream Catcher

Miniature

Eternal Dreams Dream Catcher

#AMHA

34 hands
250 lb. lbs.
Color
Sorrel & White
Training Status
Riding and Ground Training
Ground Hours
5 hours
Riding Hours
1 hour
AM Feed
1 lb. orchard grass
PM Feed
1 lb. orchard grass, 1 lb. timothy pellets, supplements
Special Needs
None

LATEST LOG ENTRY

01/06/2018 10:22

Help Participants Prepare: Challenge complete!

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Provide participants with a list of videos or challenges that will help them prepare for the training day. Ideally, they can complete this tasks within their account, or you can provide them with a DVD and physical checklist. If you have individuals that aren't comfortable using technology to complete their tasks, just let us know and we can help you with this so that your organization is still able to earn scholarship points for their participation.

05/14/2017 04:28

Assign a Horse: Challenge complete!

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

05/14/2017 04:26

Unhaltering: Challenge complete!

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

05/13/2017 12:55

worked on equine body language & use of tools for tying & wrapping rope for grooming

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During our Volunteer Experiential Learning Training today, we watched videos on safety while tied, grooming, approaching the horse, changing sides around the horse, hoof handling, wrapping the rope, tying the rope halter, safety slip knots - Dream Catcher was impatient and stepped sideways a few times while tied because she wanted to dive her head down to eat leaves on the ground while tied to the rail - in order to correct this behavior and teach her to stand patiently while tied, Volunteers working on rolling HQ side to side, hoof handling properly, and adding pressure to keep her standing perpendicular to the rail

05/13/2017 12:45

worked on equine body language & safety tips

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During our Volunteer Experiential Learning Training today, we watched the videos on how to correctly wrap and tie the safety slip note with the leadline on the rail and then the Volunteers practiced these skills with Dream Catcher on the rail - Dream Catcher is very impatient and did not want to stand on the rail - She pawed the ground and set back on the leadline a few times because she wanted to drop her head and eat leaves on the ground - Volunteers took turns wrapping and tying the safety slip knot - Also worked on how to tie the rope halter correctly - To teach Dream Catcher patience when standing tied, worked on asking her to move her HQ side to side while keeping FQ straight - asked her to stand still perpendicular to the rail and not drop her head to try to eat leaves on the ground while tied

05/13/2017 01:00

worked on equine body language & use of tools for catching, haltering, turning out in a pen, unhaltering

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During our Volunteer Experiential Learning Training today, we worked with Dream Catcher with volunteers on separating her from a buddy horse in the arena, using steady rhythmic & spatial pressure with our bodies and stick with string to push her towards the Volunteer in the center to be caught - whenever Dream Catcher ran to the outskirts of the arena, we would add pressure by lifting and tapping our stick and string; not cracking the whip and not hard enough to make her bolt like a crazy horse, but just enough to get her to want to move away from the handlers with the whips and go in towards the handler in the center of the arena holding the rope and halter - continued this to keep driving Dream Catcher away from the outskirts of the arena and towards the inner part where she would be allowed to \\\"rest\\\" with the person catching her - continued this pressure and release driving game until Dream Catcher eventually turned towards the peson in the center of the arena with the leadrope and rope halter and took a couple steps towards her - at that moment, all pressure stopped and all stick holders stood still, letting her know that\\\'s what we wanted and where we wanted her to go - eventually after she remained facing the handler with the halter & leadrope in the center, the Volunteer catching her was able to do so easily - halter her, lead her a bit, and then unhalter her correctly

05/09/2017 02:10

administered vaccines

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Gave Cat her Prestige 5 Way + WNV vaccinations

10/11/2016 04:32

Share a Picture of Your Training Session: Challenge complete!

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Congratulations! A lot of work and effort went into making your training session a success! Share with others how you are making progress and expanding the skills of your entire team. The investment you made in this session will pay big dividends in the future. Share photos of the session, take a group picture, post the successes your horses made along the way.

10/11/2016 04:30

Send EVERYWHERE - LEFT: Challenge complete!

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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!

10/11/2016 04:30

Send EVERYWHERE - RIGHT: Challenge complete!

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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!

10/11/2016 04:29

Circle RIGHT: Challenge complete!

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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.

10/11/2016 04:29

Send LEFT Over: Challenge complete!

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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.

10/11/2016 04:28

Send RIGHT Over: Challenge complete!

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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.

10/11/2016 04:28

Send Out LEFT: Challenge complete!

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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.

10/11/2016 04:27

Send Out RIGHT: Challenge complete!

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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.

10/11/2016 04:24

Leading: Challenge complete!

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Complete this challenge when the horse assigned to this purpose can trot off the feel of the halter and lead rope when leading them forward. Add a short video, (30 seconds or less) to the training activity that shows them going from a stand still to trotting when you lead them. Ideally, they trot for at least 10 ft.

10/10/2016 12:50

Worked on Sending to Right & Left Over & Through Obstacles

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Standing to the right / left of the tarp with barrels lying sideways, from about 10 feet away - send the horse towards the tarp & direct the horse to go through the barrels - start with barrels body width apart, and continuously decrease distance between them until very narrow space - horse is miniature so did not ask to jump the barrels, which are too large to jump - continue this until horse is no longer oppositional or fearful of squeezing through tight space and moves through the barrels calmly without pulling on leadrope and without handler moving feet - used increased rhythmic pressure by swinging tail end of leadrope and making contact with HQ of horse a couple of times lightly to encourage forward movement - decrease pressure and stop swinging rope when horse moves forward towards barrels, steps between them, stops and smells them, and eventually walks through them.

07/27/2016 10:38

Dream Catcher's details changed.

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Height has been changed from 34" to 34.

Owner has been changed from Deborah Greene-Dellvon to Deborah Greene-Dellvon.

07/20/2016 04:30

Dream Catcher's details changed.

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Height has been changed from 34 to 34".

Trainer has been changed from to 150.

05/14/2016 05:24

Ground work: thru gates/tight spaces, leading, backing, yielding HQ/FQ, trotting off the feel of the leadrope from a halt to a stop

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After haltering Dream Catcher, I brought her through the gate of the riding ring by both sending her and leading her. We also practiced leading and backing. Dream Catcher can be a little lazy but responded when I was more assertive with her. This was also true for yielding the HQ and FQ, but as long as I was assertive, Dream Catcher responded. She also trotted from a halt when I was authoritative.

05/14/2016 01:00

Entry was logged by Jonathan Feldman - edited with correct horse name by Deborah Greene-Dellvon - I worked on leading, worked on going through gates,workeds on tying a knot on a fence, went from halt to a trot to a walk to a trot, worked on yieilding

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while working with Dream Catcher She was challenging. I had to apply a little pressure with my hands in order for her to start listening while working with Dream Catcher by turning her hindquarters and forequarters. While walking Dream Catcher using my right side she was disrespectful because my right side is weak and she can feel the lack of my strength although when I switched to leading her on my left side she was respectful and listened. My left side is the stronger side.

05/08/2016 12:00

worked on wrapping & tying to rail

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worked on wrapping & tying to rail on a safe place to tie - worked on standing perpendicular to rail for grooming

05/08/2016 05:00

worked on rolling HQ while tied to rail & standing perpendicular to rail for grooming

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worked on standing perpendicular to rail for grooming, using steady pressure to ask her to move off of rail, using rhythmic pressure to ask her to yield her HQ and give the handler space to groom & get away from her as need be

05/07/2016 05:30

Hold for Farrier Trim

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Hold for farrier to trim hooves.

05/01/2016 04:41

Dream Catcher's details changed.

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Call name has been changed from Dream Catcher ( to Dream Catcher.

Trainer has been changed from to 150.

04/11/2016 01:30

worked on leading, sending through gate, catching in pen, & catching in herd

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catching in pen, haltering standing perpendicular to rail, leading in controlled manner even though has been stalled a lot without turn out due to rain & slippery hill conditions, sending through gate to arena, turning and facing gate while handler closed gate behind her, turned out with small herd of 2 other horses, worked on approach & retreat to catch in herd, when she ran away, handler turned body away from her and then added pressure to ask her to run a little bit more and choose to come in to handler, when she stopped and faced me, put leadrope around neck and said \\\"Whoa\\\" and then put on rope halter and led back to gate to go back to property

04/03/2016 12:00

worked on reading body language, tying, Grooming, hoof handling

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worked on tying rope halter, tying to rail, moving HQ (rolling HQ) side to side, grooming safely and moving around both sides of horse while tied, safe hoof handling

03/29/2016 12:18

Dream Catcher ('s details changed.

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Call name has been changed from Dream Catcher ("Cat") to Dream Catcher (.

Height has been changed from 34" (8.2 hands) to 34.

AM feed has been changed from to 1 lb. orchard grass.

PM feed has been changed from to 1 lb. orchard grass, 1 lb. timothy pellets, supplements.

Special needs has been changed from to None.

Viewability status has been changed from to Private.

Send to website has been changed from to No.

03/26/2016 05:35

Administer Vaccines

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Rescue Directors administered 5 Way + WNV Vaccine

03/15/2016 04:45

Administer Dewormer

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Rescue Directors administered Anthelcide EQ

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