Horse of a Different Color - Red HorseSense


Help students track their Learning Levels progress – and motivate them to do more – with this colorful tracking tool.

Students can color in a new section of the horse drawing as they check off each objective for the Level. When they’ve completed all requirements for the Level, they’ll have a colorful horse to illustrate their achievement.

The download file has an example page with instructions along with the printable blank drawing and checklist.

We suggest printing two copies: one for the student to keep at home, and one that you keep as the “official” record. You might also consider displaying copies of completed pages in your barn, office, website or social media postings.


Download file = 235 KB

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Formatted for full color desktop printing using 8.5″ x 11″ paper or cardstock.

Print multiple copies of the blank horse and checklist page so you have them on hand when students start a new Level!

What will students learn?

Learning Levels Topics covered in this resource:

Students will learn these horsey skills and concepts:

You can see all of the Red Level HorseSense objectives using the button below to download our free Learning Levels Curriculum.

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