Scavenger Hunt – Red Level

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This popular equine scavenger hunt for beginner Red Level students is an ideal unmounted teaching game for lessons, camps, or clinics. It’s a great way to teach or test equine terminology!

Scavenger hunt files have a list of items – in this case, common barn equipment and tack – that students/teams must find. 

Also includes a page of game rules and tips for organizing the game, with suggestions for items that you don’t have available. Customize as needed, then just print a copy of the list for each team, and a copy of master score sheet for the instructor. 


This PDF file is formatted for desktop printing on 8.5 x 11” copy paper.

3 pages

265 KB

Need to change one or more items on the list? Just copy and paste the text from the PDF file to a blank document, then edit.

PRO TIP: If you don’t have access to a printer, you could open the PDF file on your phone or tablet, then call out the items to your teams and have them find one item at a time.

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