Model-based reinforcement learning (MBRL) plays an important role in developing control strategies for robotic systems. However, when dealing with complex platforms, it is difficult to model systems dynamics with analytic models. While data-driven tools offer an alternative to tackle this problem, collecting data on physical systems is non-trivial. Hence, smart solutions are required to effectively learn dynamics models with small amount of examples. In this paper we present an extension to Data As Demonstrator for handling controlled dynamics in order to improve the multiple-step prediction capabilities of the learned dynamics models. Results show the efficacy of our algorithm in developing LQR, iLQR, and open-loop trajectory-based control strategies on simulated benchmarks as well as physical robot platforms.