The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), Montana State University and Montana State University Extension prohibit discrimination in all of their programs and activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, religion, age, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, and marital and family status. Issued in furtherance of cooperative extension work in agriculture and home economics, acts of May 8 and June 30, 1914, in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Jeff Bader, Director of Extension, Montana State University, Bozeman, MT 59717.


Horse Project


Horse Project

What should new members know?

  • $50.00 Horse project fee
  • Horse Vaccines are due in May
  • Horse Vet Checks are required for state shows
  • Helmets are required for all riding clinics
  • Standard Western and/or English tack and equipment
  • Standard Western and/or English attire for fair and state
  • Potential arena fees for optional open rides
  • Record books required (no cost)
  • Rope for Ranch Horse 

Information & Forms

4-H Horse Practice Show Registration - due June 10th

State Horse Project Information - Has forms, project books, patterns, and events.

2019-2020 Horse Policy Manual

Horse Bit Guidelines

Horse ID Form - due May 25

Horse ID Form (Fillable Version)

Horse projects provide youth with an opportunity to handle, care for, ride or drive horses. There are 10 horse projects. Members must have completed levels 1-3 in Horsemanship to participate in the Advanced Horse Projects. Members are eligible to participate in Horse projects according to ability and skill level. SKILL LEVELS DO NOT NECESSARILY CORRESPOND TO YEARS. It is possible to complete several levels in a year; or youth may take several years to complete one level. Assessment sheets are provided for leaders to determine when a member completes the levels.

Horse Superintendents: Alison Nichols or Beckie Graham
Contact: 406-600-4129 ponygirl0426@gmail.com                                                                          406-459-8828 bbghorselover@gmail.com 

Junior Superintendent: Landry Scoles

How will you be contacted? Email and Facebook

What needs to be accomplished to move on to other levels?

  • To move up a level you must either get a purple, grand or reserve and have to move up. If you get a blue or lower you must be assessed to move up. You must also be working in your project book at the level you want to move into.
  • You can only stay in a level for three years.

Click HERE for descriptions of projects offered in the Lewis & Clark County 

Facebook Page

Lewis & Clark County 4-H Horse Project

Project Books Required? Yes

Horse Project Books  

Required for your horse project. Click the links below to order your books online.

- Horsemanship Levels 1-3

- Horsemanship Levels 4-7

- Printable Version

- Colt to Maturity: Manual and Training Horses

- Working Ranch Horse

- Horse Packing

- Horse Driving

- Green Horse: Manual and Training Horses

*** Please note, if you do not attend at least one workshop in your project area during the 4-H year, you will be required to complete activities in your project book and turn it in with your record book. The number of activities required to complete a 4-H year in each project book can be found HERE

Awards

Junior Horse Award

Senior Horse Award

Horse Patterns

Colt to Maturity/Green HorsePatterns
English Horsemanship Patterns
Hunter Hack Patterns
Showmanship Patterns
Western Horsemanship Patterns

State Entry Information 

Montana 4-H State Horse Show Information and Rules
Montana 4-H Working Ranch Horse Finals Information and Rule
Certificate of Veterinary Inspection (CVI)

 

Horse projects provide youth with an opportunity to handle, care for, ride or drive horses. There are 10 horse projects. Members must have completed levels 1-3 in Horsemanship to participate in the Advanced Horse Projects. Members are eligible to participate in Horse projects according to ability and skill level. SKILL LEVELS DO NOT NECESSARILY CORRESPOND TO YEARS. It is possible to complete several levels in a year; or youth may take several years to complete one level. Assessment sheets are provided for leaders to determine when a member completes the levels.

Horse Superintendents: Alison Nichols or Beckie Graham
Contact: 406-600-4129 ponygirl0426@gmail.com                                                                          406-459-8828 bbghorselover@gmail.com 

Junior Superintendent: Landry Scoles

How will you be contacted? Email and Facebook

What needs to be accomplished to move on to other levels?

  • To move up a level you must either get a purple, grand or reserve and have to move up. If you get a blue or lower you must be assessed to move up. You must also be working in your project book at the level you want to move into.
  • You can only stay in a level for three years.

Click HERE for descriptions of projects offered in the Lewis & Clark County 

Facebook Page

Lewis & Clark County 4-H Horse Project

Project Books Required? Yes

Horse Project Books  

Required for your horse project. Click the links below to order your books online.

- Horsemanship Levels 1-3

- Horsemanship Levels 4-7

- Printable Version

- Colt to Maturity: Manual and Training Horses

- Working Ranch Horse

- Horse Packing

- Horse Driving

- Green Horse: Manual and Training Horses

*** Please note, if you do not attend at least one workshop in your project area during the 4-H year, you will be required to complete activities in your project book and turn it in with your record book. The number of activities required to complete a 4-H year in each project book can be found HERE

Awards

Junior Horse Award

Senior Horse Award

Horse Patterns

Colt to Maturity/Green HorsePatterns
English Horsemanship Patterns
Hunter Hack Patterns
Showmanship Patterns
Western Horsemanship Patterns

State Entry Information 

Montana 4-H State Horse Show Information and Rules
Montana 4-H Working Ranch Horse Finals Information and Rule
Certificate of Veterinary Inspection (CVI)

 

What should new members know?

  • $50.00 Horse project fee
  • Horse Vaccines are due in May
  • Horse Vet Checks are required for state shows
  • Helmets are required for all riding clinics
  • Standard Western and/or English tack and equipment
  • Standard Western and/or English attire for fair and state
  • Potential arena fees for optional open rides
  • Record books required (no cost)
  • Rope for Ranch Horse 

Information & Forms

4-H Horse Practice Show Registration - due June 10th

State Horse Project Information - Has forms, project books, patterns, and events.

2019-2020 Horse Policy Manual

Horse Bit Guidelines

Horse ID Form - due May 25

Horse ID Form (Fillable Version)

Horse projects provide youth with an opportunity to handle, care for, ride or drive horses. There are 10 horse projects. Members must have completed levels 1-3 in Horsemanship to participate in the Advanced Horse Projects. Members are eligible to participate in Horse projects according to ability and skill level. SKILL LEVELS DO NOT NECESSARILY CORRESPOND TO YEARS. It is possible to complete several levels in a year; or youth may take several years to complete one level. Assessment sheets are provided for leaders to determine when a member completes the levels.

Horse Superintendents: Alison Nichols or Beckie Graham
Contact: 406-600-4129 ponygirl0426@gmail.com                                                                          406-459-8828 bbghorselover@gmail.com 

Junior Superintendent: Landry Scoles

How will you be contacted? Email and Facebook

What needs to be accomplished to move on to other levels?

  • To move up a level you must either get a purple, grand or reserve and have to move up. If you get a blue or lower you must be assessed to move up. You must also be working in your project book at the level you want to move into.
  • You can only stay in a level for three years.

Click HERE for descriptions of projects offered in the Lewis & Clark County 

Facebook Page

Lewis & Clark County 4-H Horse Project

Project Books Required? Yes

Horse Project Books  

Required for your horse project. Click the links below to order your books online.

- Horsemanship Levels 1-3

- Horsemanship Levels 4-7

- Printable Version

- Colt to Maturity: Manual and Training Horses

- Working Ranch Horse

- Horse Packing

- Horse Driving

- Green Horse: Manual and Training Horses

*** Please note, if you do not attend at least one workshop in your project area during the 4-H year, you will be required to complete activities in your project book and turn it in with your record book. The number of activities required to complete a 4-H year in each project book can be found HERE

Awards

Junior Horse Award

Senior Horse Award

Horse Patterns

Colt to Maturity/Green HorsePatterns
English Horsemanship Patterns
Hunter Hack Patterns
Showmanship Patterns
Western Horsemanship Patterns

State Entry Information 

Montana 4-H State Horse Show Information and Rules
Montana 4-H Working Ranch Horse Finals Information and Rule
Certificate of Veterinary Inspection (CVI)

 

What should new members know?

  • $50.00 Horse project fee
  • Horse Vaccines are due in May
  • Horse Vet Checks are required for state shows
  • Helmets are required for all riding clinics
  • Standard Western and/or English tack and equipment
  • Standard Western and/or English attire for fair and state
  • Potential arena fees for optional open rides
  • Record books required (no cost)
  • Rope for Ranch Horse 

Information & Forms

4-H Horse Practice Show Registration - due June 10th

State Horse Project Information - Has forms, project books, patterns, and events.

2019-2020 Horse Policy Manual

Horse Bit Guidelines

Horse ID Form - due May 25

Horse ID Form (Fillable Version)

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), Montana State University and Montana State University Extension prohibit discrimination in all of their programs and activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, religion, age, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, and marital and family status. Issued in furtherance of cooperative extension work in agriculture and home economics, acts of May 8 and June 30, 1914, in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Jeff Bader, Director of Extension, Montana State University, Bozeman, MT 59717.

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