Western Horse Program

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    Western Horse Program

    The 4-H Horse Program is for youth 3rd-12th grade. Each youth is a member of individual clubs that meet throughout the year. As a county, youth come together for spring clinics, horse camp, service projects, fundraisers, summer horse shows, horse achievement and more!

    The 4-H Horse program is divided into three age groups:


    Juniors = 3rd-5th grade
    Intermediates = 6th-8th graders
    Seniors = 9th-12th graders

     

           2018 Schedule

    Tuesday night riding will be starting up January 9th. In order to be eligible to ride, you must be enrolled and activated in 4Honline BEFORE you come to the arena. $10.00 enrollment needs to be paid to become activated.

    You can now pay online at ut.4honline.com or please call 435-695-2543 to make payment with debit/credit card or the office at 01 South Main Rm. #30 in Brigham for cash or check.

    2018 Calendar

             May will end "Winder Camp Riding"

     

    For those clubs who wish to continue to use the Small Indoor Arena at the County Fairgrounds, it must be used only on the designated 4-H Western Horse days (2nd and 4th Tuesdays). Youth must be accompanied and supervised by their club leader. No open riding will be held. It is the club leaders responsibility to fairly share the arena with other Western Horse 4-H clubs and to provide safety instructions for those riding. 

     

    SAVE THE DATE!

    June 1st & 2nd- Horse Camp

    June 12th- 1st Show  (register by June 8 @ 5pm)

    June 26th- 2nd Show(register by June 22 @ 5pm)

    July 17th - 3rd Show (register by July 13 @ 5pm)

    ** Registration deadlines include payment

    July 30th - Region (Cache County) 

    September 20-22 State Horse Show 

    2018 Horse Council

    • President: Jasmine Baker
    • President Elect: Lindsay Scott
    • Treasurer: Shiree Clark 
    • State Representative: Deni Ormond
    • Education Chair: Liz Henderson

     

    What to Study

    The tests will be cumulative, building on the 4-Her’s knowledge. This method will better prepare the kids for the State level and increase their knowledge in other contests such as Hippology and Horse Bowl. Juniors will only test in Horse and Horsemanship.

    First Show

    - Rulebook Pages 1-21 

    - Horse and Horsemanship Book Pages 1-19

    - Horse Science Book Pages 1-21

    Second Show

     

    Rulebook Pages 22-52

    Horse and Horsemanship Book Pages 20-39

    Horse Science Book Pages 22-41


    Third Show

    - Rulebook Pages 53-102

    - Horse and Horsemanship Book Pages 40-59

    - Horse Science Book Pages 42-59

     

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    Annual Survey

    Registration Help

    Study Helps

    Horse Judging Power Points

    Location

    Call with questions: 435-695-2543