4-H Horse

    4-H Horse

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    4-H girl with horse
    Girl leading horse

    The Utah 4-H Horse Program is designed for youth with an interest in horses and horse events. Youth will be provided with experience to help develop leadership, citizenship, self-esteem, social, and horsemanship skills. This program is for youth ages 8 years to 18, as of September 1st. The 4-H Horse Program includes programs for both those youth who own/have access to horses and those who do not, but still want to learn about the science of equine care and management. To find information about horse clubs in your areas or to start your own club, contact your County Extension Office.  

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    Programs & Events


    Horse Education Materials

    Questions for the written tests at horse shows are selected from the Biosecurity Policy for State Horse Events and the Horse Program Study Material listed above, as well as the current Rulebook. For the 2020 4-H year, all youth will be studying from Volume I with Volume II and III being released in the following years respectively. 

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    Click the button below if you would like to receive emails specifically concerning the Utah 4-H Horse Program (Western, Working Ranch, Youth Mustang Challenge, and English) as well as horse educational events and USU Extension sponsored activities. After selecting the link, you should see a column on the left hand side. Location and click on "Subscribe." Follow the simple instructions to be added to the list!  This list will be used to reach 4-H members and people within the community who are interested in our programs. Please feel free to share this link with your contacts!

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    Questios About the Utah 4-H Horse Program? Contact Us!



    Jessie Hadfield | jessie.hadfield@usu.edu 

    State 4-H Animal Science Specialist

    • Western
    • Working Ranch Horse
    • Mustangs
    • Horse Classics
    • Horse Ambassadors

     County Extension Office Directory



    Megan Hendrickson | megan.rowley@usu.edu 

    State 4-H Activities Coordinator

    • English
    • Horse Classics
    • Horse Ambassadors