Welcome
                        1




  Thank you for
  volunteering your
  time and talents.



                         ...
Introduction to the Section:
                            2




   Pasture—
     A larger fenced
   area used for horses
  ...
Introduction to the Section
                           3




                               Paddock—
                     ...
Introduction to the Section
                            4




  Stall—
  An area in a barn or
  shed that is used to
  hou...
Review of a Basic Concept
                              5




    If you feel uncomfortable or unsafe about
 anything you ...
Intro to Terms
                              6




The following slides will state
    a term you need to know
    as you ...
Terms You Need to Know
                          7




Breezeway —
A roofed, often open
passage, connecting
two buildings....
General Information
                         8




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Terms You Need to Know
                             9




   Mare –
    A female horse of more
   than four years of age.
...
Terms You Need To Know
                         10




                         Gelding –
                              A ...
Terms You Need to Know
                              11




 Halter –
 The basic headgear a horse
 wears when being lead t...
Terms You Need to Know
                                          12




                                         Noseband
...
Terms You Need to Know
                             13



                                                     Crown Strap...
Terms You Need to Know
                                 14




Tack –

 Any equipment used to

ride a horse, such as saddl...
General Information
                                 15




  Because tack is costly to
  replace, never drag tack,
  misu...
General Information
                        16




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Hailey Keller
General Information
                                17




If a person does not show
assertiveness (not aggressiveness)
wh...
General Information
                             18




Horses need to have
a leader or boss.
This could be a
dominant mar...
Safety Information
                       19




                            Like humans, horses
                         ...
Safety Information
                                    20




            Always be aware of the other horses in the
     ...
Safety Information
                        21




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Disc ipl in e
                                  22




       Discipline must be done within
       three seconds of infra...
Discipline continued
                                     23




     • Strikes or kicks, quickly slap the shoulder
     o...
Thank You!
                    24




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Test
                                  25




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                open wi...
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Volunteers are a pinnacle part of Courage Rein's success. In order for our patrons to receive the assistance they need and deserve, our Volunteers must be trained in accordance with Courage Rein's standards. One step of that training is to take a test. Review this slide show for review for this exam.

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  • Hi
    It is a pleasure. I've also added it to the group: Voluntary Sector Training Tools, feel free to visit.

    Jim
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  • Thank you, Jim. I appreciate the feedback and hope this slide show will benefit the Avon Riding School!
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  • Hi Hailey

    Realy good slide show - I've passed on the link to the 'Avon Riding School for the Disabled' in Bristol, UK. I worked with them recently on improving their volunteer support & induction process and they might want to produce something along similar lines.

    Thanks,
    Jim
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Volunteer Slide Show

  1. 1. Welcome 1 Thank you for volunteering your time and talents. 4/10/2009 Hailey Keller
  2. 2. Introduction to the Section: 2 Pasture— A larger fenced area used for horses to roam freely. 4/10/2009 Hailey Keller
  3. 3. Introduction to the Section 3 Paddock— A fenced area used for horses to roam freely. Also known as a corral in western terms. 4/10/2009 Hailey Keller
  4. 4. Introduction to the Section 4 Stall— An area in a barn or shed that is used to house the horses. 4/10/2009 Hailey Keller
  5. 5. Review of a Basic Concept 5 If you feel uncomfortable or unsafe about anything you are asked to do, then please do not do it. Trust your feelings. Remember, your safety always comes first. 4/10/2009 Hailey Keller
  6. 6. Intro to Terms 6 The following slides will state a term you need to know as you go through this section. 4/10/2009 Hailey Keller
  7. 7. Terms You Need to Know 7 Breezeway — A roofed, often open passage, connecting two buildings. 4/10/2009 Hailey Keller
  8. 8. General Information 8 4/10/2009 Hailey Keller
  9. 9. Terms You Need to Know 9 Mare – A female horse of more than four years of age. 4/10/2009 Hailey Keller
  10. 10. Terms You Need To Know 10 Gelding – A castrated male horse. 4/10/2009 Hailey Keller
  11. 11. Terms You Need to Know 11 Halter – The basic headgear a horse wears when being lead to and from a paddock. 4/10/2009 Hailey Keller
  12. 12. Terms You Need to Know 12 Noseband Parts of the Halter Attachment ring Lead Rope Buckle 4/10/2009 Hailey Keller
  13. 13. Terms You Need to Know 13 Crown Strap Across the Poll Memorize the parts labeled. These will Buckle Noseband be used on your test. Throatlatch Bar of the Halter Attachment Ring 4/10/2009 Hailey Keller
  14. 14. Terms You Need to Know 14 Tack – Any equipment used to ride a horse, such as saddle, girths, cinches, bridles, etc. 4/10/2009 Hailey Keller
  15. 15. General Information 15 Because tack is costly to replace, never drag tack, misuse it, or let it hit the ground anywhere. 4/10/2009 Hailey Keller
  16. 16. General Information 16 4/10/2009 Hailey Keller
  17. 17. General Information 17 If a person does not show assertiveness (not aggressiveness) when handling horses, they WILL take charge of the situation. 4/10/2009 Hailey Keller
  18. 18. General Information 18 Horses need to have a leader or boss. This could be a dominant mare or gelding, themselves or a human. 4/10/2009 Hailey Keller
  19. 19. Safety Information 19 Like humans, horses have bad days. On these days, be alert, keep your guard up and treat the horse with respect. 4/10/2009 Hailey Keller
  20. 20. Safety Information 20 Always be aware of the other horses in the paddock. Look for signs of aggression such as: • Pinning back of the ears • Baring of the teeth • Snaking of the neck • Turning their butts toward you. 4/10/2009 Hailey Keller
  21. 21. Safety Information 21 4/10/2009 Hailey Keller
  22. 22. Disc ipl in e 22 Discipline must be done within three seconds of infraction If the horse: • Paws, say ―No!‖ firmly. If they continue, firmly slap the shoulder with another ―No!‖ 4/10/2009 Hailey Keller
  23. 23. Discipline continued 23 • Strikes or kicks, quickly slap the shoulder or butt three times. • Pushes you with its head, nibbles or bites, a slap to the neck with a firm, ―No!‖ • Do not hit the horse in the face 4/10/2009 Hailey Keller
  24. 24. Thank You! 24 4/10/2009 Hailey Keller
  25. 25. Test 25 The next PowerPoint presentation you open will be your test. It is labeled ―Courage Reins Volunteer Test.‖ You have 30 minutes to complete it. Good luck! 4/10/2009 Hailey Keller

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