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Rocky

Thoroughbred
/Thoroughbred

Rocky

#0640467

hands
lbs.
Ready for Adoption
No
Color
Brown/Bay
Training Status
Training
Ground Hours
0 hours
Riding Hours
0 hours
AM Feed
2-3 flakes grass hay
PM Feed
2-3 flakes grass hay
Special Needs
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CREDENTIALS

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    • Unknown
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    • Yellow
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    • Green
  • Unassigned
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    • Orange
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    • Blue
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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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09/16/2020 09:40

Rocky's details changed.

Status has been changed from Riding and Ground Training to Training.

Companion only has been changed from No to Yes.

Special needs has been changed from Will need additional training as a riding horse. to ..

has been changed from to Green.

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08/25/2020 07:56

Send a Horse Through a Gate or Tight Space: Challenge complete!

Complete this task after you have logged a training activity for a horse that you successfully led/sent through a tight space or gate. All while keeping your tools tidy and maintaining a safe personal space. Be sure to add a picture!

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08/25/2020 07:35

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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08/25/2020 07:25

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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06/11/2020 03:17

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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05/11/2020 06:36

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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05/11/2020 06:36

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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05/11/2020 06:36

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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05/11/2020 06:36

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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04/27/2020 04:34

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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04/27/2020 04:34

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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04/27/2020 04:33

PR-Ready to Catch: Challenge complete!

Upload a photo of you and your horse after a successful catching session! For bonus points, share your pic to the facebook group! Need help? Check out the video lessons in the "Catching" Purpose. Need more help? Send us a video for coaching.

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04/27/2020 04:33

PR-Ready to Catch: Challenge complete!

Upload a photo of you and your horse after a successful catching session! For bonus points, share your pic to the facebook group! Need help? Check out the video lessons in the "Catching" Purpose. Need more help? Send us a video for coaching.

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04/27/2020 04:33

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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02/18/2018 01:46

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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02/18/2018 01:46

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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02/18/2018 01:45

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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02/17/2018 11:01

Assign a Horse for Grooming: Challenge complete!

Ask your trainer/director which horse you can assign to this purpose for hands-on grooming. You can add as many as needed.

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12/15/2017 04:03

Overall Evaluation: Challenge complete!

Mark this challenge complete when you have added notes to this horse's profile or created a training activity log that indicates how this horse responds or reacts to: - The onset of pressure - The presence of pressure - The duration of pressure - The release of pressure For example: Onset = Asking the horse to move forward Presence = Continuing to ask the horse to move forward until you get a response Duration of Pressure = Asking the horse to travel continuously (this is different than constantly sending forward. Think of it as asking for 2 laps instead of 1, but without micromanaging each step or lap of the horse) Release of Pressure = How quickly does the horse process what you have asked them to do. This could be to process or to come off of adrenaline.

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12/15/2017 04:03

Bridling Evaluation: Challenge complete!

Mark this challenge complete when you have completed a bridling evaluation with the horse and created an activity log with your assessment. - Did the horse participate in the bridling process? - Were they soft or tense? - Did they mouth the bit as if it was a new sensation, or carry it quietly? - Did the horse stick their tongue over the bit or show any other displaced behavior? - How did the horse respond to the feel of the bit on the right side? The left side? The off side? (i.e. asking the horse to come to you when you are standing on the left side of the horse, but using the right rein) - Do you feel this horse has been ridden or driven with a bit before? - Are there any dangers you perceive with this horse that you need to let members of your team know about? Be sure to include a plan for progress for this horse in your activity log entry.

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12/15/2017 04:03

Saddling Evaluation: Challenge complete!

Mark this challenge complete when you have completed a saddling evaluation with the horse and created an activity log with your assessment. - How long did it take for the horse to become curious about the saddle? - Did the horse stand still for the pad, the saddle, the cinch? - How did the horse travel off once the cinch was tightened? - Do you feel this horse has been saddled before? - Do you feel this horse has been ridden before? - Are there any dangers you perceive with this horse that you need to let members of your team know about? Be sure to include a plan for progress for this horse in your activity log entry.

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12/15/2017 03:27

With the Halter & Flag Evaluation: Challenge complete!

Mark this challenge complete when you have completed Exercise 2b with a horse, and logged a training activity with your assessment. How did the horse feel about the flag? Scared Forward? Scared Frozen? Responsive? Reactive? Did their feel on the halter and lead rope change? How long did it take the horse to become responsive and soft to the use of your flag? Are there any dangers you perceive with this horse that you need to let members of your team know about?

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12/15/2017 03:14

With the Halter Evaluation: Challenge complete!

Mark this challenge complete when you have completed Exercise 2a with a horse, and logged a training activity with your assessment. Is the horse understanding of the pressure on the halter? If yes, in what way. If not, what will you focus on in their development? Is the horse responsive or reactive? Are there any dangers you perceive with this horse that you need to let members of your team know about?

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11/02/2017 07:50

Without the Halter Evaluation: Challenge complete!

Mark this challenge complete when you have completed an evaluation of a horse without the halter using Exercises 1a through 1c and have created a training log that outlines your assessment of the following qualities: Does the horse have a tendency to run through pressure or yield to it? Does the horse seem more confident/understanding on the right eye, left eye, or neither? What is the approachability of this horse? Easy to catch?

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11/02/2017 07:29

Without the Halter - Travel Continuously in Each Direction: Challenge complete!

Mark this challenge complete when you are able to direct the horse to continuously travel in each direction of the area you choose. You may choose to make note of your assessment after each challenge, or after completion of a set of evaluation exercises. Things to consider: -Does the horse have a tendency to run through pressure or yield to it? -Does the horse seem more confident/understanding on the right eye, left eye, or neither? - Is there anything to note about the horse's gaits?

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07/04/2017 06:39

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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06/14/2017 09:31

Rocky'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 Yes.

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

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

Special needs has been changed from to Will need additional training as a riding horse..

Viewability status has been changed from to Public.

Send to website has been changed from to Yes.

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