4-H Horse Show

SATURDAY, JULY 18, 2020

Registration 5:00 p.m. - Show 6:00 p.m.

Y-1  4-H Jr. Showmanship (English or Western) **Must participate in order to show in other 4-H classes

Y-2  4-H Sr. Showmanship (English or Western) **Must participate in order to show in other 4-H classes

Y-3 4-H Walk Trot English Equitation (all ages)

Y-4  4-H Jr. English Equitation

Y-5  4-H Sr. English Equitation

Y-6 4-H Walk Trot English Pleaure (all ages)

Y-7  4-H Jr. English Pleasure

Y-8  4-H Sr. English Pleasure

Y-9  4-H Gaited Horsemanship/Equitation

Y-10 4-H Gaited Pleasure

Y-11 4-H Jr. Western Horsemanship

Y-12 4-H Sr. Western Horsemanship

Y-13  4-H Jr. Western Pleasure

Y-14 4-H Sr. Western Pleasure

Y-15  Chin Apple

Y-16  Egg & Spoon

Y-17  4-H  Jr Poles

Y-18  4-H Sr. Poles

Y-19  4-H  Jr. Barrels

Y-20  4-H Sr. Barrels

 

No entry fee for any classes. Danish Ribbons awarded.

4-H classes are limited to Kenton County 4-H only.  All

Kenton County youth must enroll in 4-H by April 1st, completed 6hrs of horse

Education with a certified leader  and have turned in a companion animal project

book by July 2nd at 4 pm to be eligible for 4-H classes.

 

General rules will be posted day of show.

***HELMETS MUST BE WORN IN ALL OPEN YOUTH & 4-H CLASSES.

*** ALL 4-HER’S MUST PARTICIPATE IN SHOWMANSHIP TO BE ELIGIBLE TO ENTER ANY OTHER 4-H CLASSES.

*** EXHIBITORS CAN ONLY SHOW IN LEAD LINE OR WALK TROT BUT NOT BOTH.

Coordinator: Kelli Williams

Box 101

Independence, KY  41051

(859) 743-5720

Email: kelli_bhwilliams@yahoo.com

  • All Entries must have a Current Negative Coggins Test & Health Papers. 

                 Kentucky requires Out-Of-State horses to have Health Certificates issued

                 Within 30 days of show. In-state horses must have a Health Certificate as Required by Kentucky.

  • Request for Tack Change must be made during registration. Tack Changes will be allowed TWO minutes only.

  • Each 4-H member must have record books turned into the extension office no later than July 2nd.

  • Each 4-H member participating in horse activities must attend 6 hours of training conducted by 4-H Horse certified volunteers in order to participate in any horse activity.  4-H members who do not complete 4-H Horse Certification hours will not be permitted to show or register a 4-H Horse Project.

Mike Emmons (11) with pony team at Kenton County Fair

 

August 13, 1975

 

Thanks to KY Post via Kenton County Public Library Archives