Equitation Patterns and Course Maps - Set One for Red Level
Add some fun to your mounted lessons with these challenging Red Horsemanship patterns and maps – our students LOVE these lessons!
We’ve combined our first set of printable Red Level equitation patterns, jump course maps, and obstacle course maps – 15 in all – into one convenient download file. Each course or pattern consists of two pages: one page displays a diagram and the second page had detailed set-up instructions and suggested modifications.
We’ve also included the Equitation Patterns Intro, Jump Course Intro, and Obstacle Course Intro: read these files first for important safety guidelines and helpful instruction tips.
BONUS: The last obstacle course in this set uses some printable Challenge Box cards – so that file is here, too.
Please note that this is a zipped file – you’ll need to extract the individual PDF files from the .ZIP file to open them. Detailed help will be available on the download page.
File size = 2.6 MB – You can learn more about our Patterns and Maps here.
Unzip the .ZIP file and save the files to your desktop or mobile device.
You can then open the PDF files and print individual maps as you need them – or just view them from your device’s browser with a bit of scrolling.
Files are designed for full color desktop printing on standard letter-sized copy paper. If you print the set of Challenge Box cards, we recommend printing on card stock and cutting the pages into individual cards.
Want to see all of the mounted objectives for this Level? Downloading our free Learning Levels curriculum using the button below.
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