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1Horse steps back from stall or pen door/gate and allows room for person to enter.44455
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2Horse accepts person within stall or pen without resistance (no evasion, no aggression...pinned ears, ugly faces, butt turns, tail lashing etc.)45555
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3Horse drops head with touch cue to poll or verbal cue33344
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4Horse puts nose into halter on his own, stands quietly for buckling or tying of halter35555
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5Horse waits for stall door/pen gate to open and does not move toward/through until handler indicates...either follows or goes ahead as indicated by handler....does NOT crowd.55555
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6Horse stands for grooming (cross tied, single tied, ground tied) including face, ears, mane pulling, mane/tail braiding if indicated by breed/discipline, clipping, bathing, sprays of water or fly spray incl. pressurized spray cans23445
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7Horse picks feet up with verbal or touch cue (all four) and doesn't put them down until told to do so...does NOT pull back or attempt to remove foot from handler/farrier hands....tolerates tapping, nippers, hoof knife etc.13445
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8Horse leads with head in location accepted/expected by handler (will vary by breed/discipline) without any pressure on lead, stops when handler stops, turns with handler without lead pressure. 34445
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9Horse stands without pulling, fussing, fidgeting while tied or being held by handler or ground tied.23345
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10Horse moves out on lunge line as asked without hesitation or resistance at gait requested. 24555
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11Horse works loose in round pen on verbal cues for speed/direction, changes of direction, inside/outside turns, stops on "whoa", stands either parallel to rails or facing handler (depending on how he's trained), comes to handler only when called.22455
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12Horse moves shoulders, hindquarters to minimal pressure (from "look" to direct hand pressure to cue from lead rope end or presence of whip) without fear or fussing...from both sides.33455
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13Horse sidesteps to pressure to shoulder/hip alternated or to pressure mid barrel or to verbal cue, from both sides and without fear or fussing.02335
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14Horse steps back with verbal cue, hand cue, slight halter pressure. Does so with diagonal steps and without resistance and does so in straight line.34555
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15Horse stands for desensitizing with tarps, pool noodles, balloons, saddle blankets, horse blankets, umbrellas, noise makers, ropes under/over/around feet/tail/belly/head without fussing or evading.34445
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16Horse tolerates ropes around legs/body/under tail, over head/ears, will lead with one front leg rope, will stand hobbled without fighting, fussing.23445
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17Horse leads without halter or bridle (bare headed) through trail obstacle course including backing through patterns such as serpentine poles.NT1115
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18Horse goes through narrow spaces on cue from trainer (sends) and returns.NT1235
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19Horse loads into various types of trailers...stock, straight load. slant load, ramp or stepup, stands and waits to be tied, hauls without fussing, waits to unload on cue.NTNTNTNTNT
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20Horse stands for tacking without fussing....cross tied, single tied, ground tied.34455
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21Horse drops head and opens mouth on touch or verbal cue to take bit and waits for crownpiece to go over ears.33345
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22Horse responds to light contact with bit to move head laterally (single direct rein). 34455
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23Horse flexes at poll with light contact with bit (both reins)NTNTNT15
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24Horse ground drives straight, circles, figure 8's, through obstacles, backs, sidepasses, stops, goes at all three gaits on cue, without resistance.NT1135
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25Horse stands for stirrups to be moved back/forth and slapped against side45555
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26Horse stands for rider to step into stirrup on both sides and "half mount", lean over saddle, brush over rump with arm. NT2555
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27Horse stands tied or ground tied to be untacked without fussing. 34455
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28Horse opens mouth and drops bit on cue without pulling or throwing head or rubbing on handler/rider.34444
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29Horse stands still before, during and after mounting until cued to move offNTNT255
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30Horse moves forward to light leg cuesNTNT134
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31Horse transitions from walk to trot and back to light leg cuesNTNT114
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32Horse transitions from trot to canter and back to light leg aidsNTNTNTNT4
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33Horse can walk in a straight line between two points with minimal "steering"NTNT014
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34Horse stops to light single rein pressureNTNT125
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35Horse turns on her hindquarters with minimal rein and leg aidsNTNTNT14
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36Horse turns on her forequarters with minimal rein and leg aidsNTNTNTNT3
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37Horse reins back in a straight line to light rein and leg aidsNTNTNT15
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38Horse reins back in a circle to light rein and leg aidsNTNTNTNT4
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39Horse walks forward with a steady gait while flexing head to one side with minimal rein pressureNTNTNTNT3
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40Horse "leg yields" in a straight lineNTNTNTNT4
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41Horse "leg yields" in a circleNTNTNTNT4
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42Horse "sidesteps" facing, away from and toward a fence, gate or other object.NTNTNTNT3
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43Horse can be ridden bareback with a rope halterNTNTNTNT5
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44Horse "spooks in place", walks by scary objects or places without bolting, rearing, bucking or shyingNTNTNTNT3
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45Horse accepts light but steady contact with both reins at the walk, trot and canter.NTNTNTNT4
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46Horse stops to seat aid and light double rein pressure.NTNTNTNT5
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47Horse transitions from stop to trot to light leg aids.NTNTNTNT4
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48Horse transitions from walk to canter to light leg aids.NTNTNTNT3
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