Level 1 Knowledge Test
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A horse appears listless, with their ears lolling out to the sides. Is this horse most likely: *
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Which part of the horse's body should you approach first when haltering? *
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What can it mean when a horse swishes their tail? (Check all that apply) *
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When should you use the emergency halt/one-rein halt? (Check all that apply) *
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When mounting, why is it vital to have good balance, and have your weight positioned over the horse's spine? (Check all that apply) *
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Which of the following can you safely tie your horse to? (Select all that apply) *
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What is a "Neutral Sweet Spot"? *
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A horse has their ears pricked forward. What message could this help to convey? (Select all that apply) *
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What does ear pinning indicate? *
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What type of knot should be used when tying your horse? *
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Which side is the horse traditionally mounted from? *
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Which tool is used to clean the horse's hooves? *
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True or False: When reading equine body language, it is important to interpret the whole picture, not just one aspect of the horse's body language on it's own. *
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What is the purpose of the Curry Comb? (Check all that apply) *
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