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The Giddy Up and Go course focuses on the introductory basics and introduces young people to horses. <font color="#ffff00">-==- proudly presents

Focusing on the fundamentals, this course introduces youngsters to the world of riding. Among the acitivities are the bodywork of the stallion, the design of the ideal stallion, puppets, human signals and group relays. Head, Heart and Hooves teaches young people more about equine behaviour, detail analysis and fundamental equine grooming techniques. Things to do range from ponies to salads, evaluation of physical fitness, the days of poor quality and long time in the teeth.

The Stable Relationships programme trains young people how to keep young riders in good health, and provides young riders with the essential services they need. Researching the first equestrian abilities and everything young people need to know before getting on a bike for the first straight. Things to do include round pin training, bridles in a pail, saddles where you go horseback-riding, and easy horseback riding.

Interesting and thrilling things to do can be found in this guideline. You' ll find out more about feeding your horses, your riding dentition, buying choices, evaluating your own riding and much more. Do not be scared to start directly and do not give up if the action does not work the first you do. Those extracurricular pursuits can be challenging to discover areas of the equestrian experience you have never had before.

There may be certain types of activity that require extra resource. There will be more information for the general reading room, other equestrian friends and your expansion centre. Jumping to New Heights is a fun way for young people to discover the peculiarities of a particular type of animal. Among the activites are the presentation of the neighbourhood system, self-assessment, gate choice and victory are not everything. Interesting and thrilling things to do can be found in this guideline.

You' ll find out more about breeding horses, diseases, healthcare, accommodation, finance and much more. Do not be scared to start directly and do not give up if the action does not work the first you do. Those extracurricular pursuits can be challenging to discover areas of the equine venture that you have never been before. There may be certain types of extra resource you may need for some of your work.

There will be more information for the general reading room, other equestrian friends and your expansion centre. Interaktive group activity in the Helper's Guide brings learning to young adults and offers specific advice for guides to help young adults learn about living. When you work with young adults, it is important to consider where they are in their evolution.

However, there are certain pattern within juvenile evolution that are often voiced by most young people. One of your main aims as a volunteer for the Equine Action is to help young people gather information about them. But it is also important to emphasise the importance of acquiring "life skills". "These abilities are transferred beyond the real work.

Lifelong learning is essential to help young adults become self-determined, prolific and supportive members of the community. Hendricks's Targeting Lifeskills (TLS) model (1996) identified and shared the key competencies aimed at in 4-H adolescence through the four H's of 4-H trefoil representing head, heart, hands and health.

The four are further subdivided into category and then into special lifeblood competencies, as illustrated.

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