Get rested up and geared up. New activities and opportunities are coming your way.
Born for 4-H club welcomes all horse members to their horse activities. Two are coming up:
Pattern Practice: Sunday, March 2 at the Multi-Purpose Building
How to Tie Your Horse: Thursday, March 13 at 6:00 p.m. in the Mergelmen 4-H Building.
A Horse Member packet will be sent to all Horse members with info and registration forms for the spring events.
The following is a tentative schedule for this spring:
May 1 Horse ID’s Due
May 31 English Riding Clinic (Tentative)
June 10-11 4-H Horse Camp
June 14 Gymkhana
June 21 4-H Schooling Show
June 27-28 District Horse Show in Hotchkiss
TBD Working Ranch Horse Clinic
July 5 4-H Horse Show
Horse Levels-Riding and Knowledge Motivation
Now is a good time to invest in working on your levels certification. Take your Horse Levels written tests! Make an appointment with Nadine to take your test. If you feel you need to study then become real familiar with your horse manual. If you don’t have a horse manual then pick one up at the Extension office. Information and study guides are located at gunnison.colostate.edu.
Livestock and Small Animal Projects
Manuals for beef, swine, lamb, goat, horse, dog, and rabbit are also available in the Extension office. These are excellent resources for raising and feeding your animal and completing your record book. Project help is available for your project also.