Levi

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Levi

Quarter Horse

hands
lbs.
Ready for Adoption
No
Color
Sorrel/Chestnut
Training Status
Training
Ground Hours
10 hours
Riding Hours
5 hours
AM Feed
PM Feed
Special Needs
Levi is being fostered by Gayla Meyer

CREDENTIALS

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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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12/17/2020 04:34

Adoption Contract

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11/17/2020 12:59

Levi's details changed.

has been changed from unarchived to archived.

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12/06/2019 03:35

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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11/15/2019 01:17

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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10/30/2019 05:13

Levi's details changed.

Gender has been changed from Stallion to Gelding.

Special needs has been changed from to Levi is being fostered by Gayla Meyer.

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06/11/2019 04:31

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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06/11/2019 04:27

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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06/11/2019 04:23

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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06/11/2019 04:21

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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06/11/2019 04:17

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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06/11/2019 04:13

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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06/11/2019 04:04

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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06/11/2019 04:00

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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06/11/2019 03:43

Ground manners

Over the last months we have worked with Levi to solidify his ground manners. He is easy to lead with and without other horses. He is comfortable being groomed/brushed and with application of fly spraying. He allows you to pick up his front feet but is still a bit unsure about his rear. He will allow you to touch them though. He lunges but has yet to work in the round pen. He comes up to you in the field and stall to be caught.

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06/11/2019 02:52

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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06/11/2019 02:49

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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06/11/2019 02:48

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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06/11/2019 02:48

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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03/15/2019 10:11

Brushed, led

On a daily basis we feed Levi from a bucket in our laps. Attach a lead and lead him around the barn.

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03/12/2019 10:23

Desensitized, led, brushed

He takes less and less time to come to me in the stall. For the last few days I have made him eat his feedings from a bucket in my lap. Each time he grabs a mouthful of feed I make a move to his face or neck and pet/scratch him. He particularly likes his neck (on both sides) scratched. Today I saturated his rain rot spots using the sulfur based product. Brushed him. He is calm even when I brush his legs. (Leg cocked). Released him in the pasture last weekend. When it is time to come in at night he follows Jazz in and is easy to move to his stall.

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03/08/2019 01:07

Groomed

Slowly moved till he let me hook a short lead on his halter. He was slightly nervous but better than yesterday. Applied gentle pressure to move his feet and head. Positioned his head so I could reach his head. He allowed me to rub all over his head and neck in both sides. He frequently examined/smelled my face and body.

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03/06/2019 01:34

Clean A Pen: Challenge complete!

Complete this challenge by cleaning a pen assigned to you, or by adding a horse to this purpose that you would feel comfortable cleaning their pen.

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03/05/2019 10:54

Hand fed, rubbed his back

Jerry hand fed him in the morning. Jerry brushed him also. Later in the day I offered alfalfa but he did not want it. I then positioned him and rubbed him.

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03/03/2019 02:24

Sat in his stall

Sat with him. He yawned to release stress early in the session. Brushed him a little with the bristle brush. He really didn’t want me to. He moved around me in the stall in a relaxed manner frequently turning his head over his left side to give me both eyes. Sniffed my outstretched hand.

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03/02/2019 05:08

Brushed and positioned his body with mine

Shy but seemed to be asking me to approach him. Assumed his safe corner quickly so I could brush him. Repositioned himself several times. Finally, settled and let me brush his left side and right. Sometimes I directly faced him with both hands on his body. He would not let me approach his right side directly but would allow me to reach totally over his back to get the right side. Stood still for a long time as I scratched his rump.

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03/02/2019 02:11

Sat in stall

We moved him to my barn and he is nervous. Startles at many things although his body language seems relaxed. He has bonded with our 25 yr old gelding, Jazz, and takes cues from him. I sat in the stall with him in the morning and afternoon for about 90 min each time. Occasionally I touched him. Jazz was in his stall next to Levi.

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02/26/2019 05:00

Desensitized

Reserved at the beginning but warmed up within 20-15 minutes. Moved into his safe place and let me begin touching his left side. Allowed me to start brushing his body (left side) but kept moving away when I tried to approach his right. I eventually was able to curry both the left (all over ) and the top of his ribs on to right. Seemed to enjoy especially getting his rump scratched.

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02/23/2019 04:22

Desensitized, brushed

Cleaned his stall around him. He watched but remained calm through mucking and dumping of new shavings. No startling movements. Left him to think about it and worked with Buscuit. Returned and he took much less time to allow me to touch him. Positioned him and scratched/removed rain rot scabs. Brushed him on the left side from neck to tail reaching over his spine to scratch his right side. He started to yawn then calmly moved over and started eating hay. Tried to brush his right side but he kept moving to show me his left. Repositioned him but he kept presenting his left side. Finally was able to stand on his right side (back to him) while he ate. Figured eating calmly was progress and left him.

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02/20/2019 03:20

Sat in the stall with him for the first 20 minutes. Built his trust/desensitized him to touch and brush on both sides. Brushed both sides of his body from head to tail down to legs. He finally relaxed. Yawned and cocked his hind led.

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01/01/1970 12:00

Caught him the field

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