Contact

Dept. of Animal Science
Anthony Hall
474 S. Shaw Lane
East Lansing, MI
48824-1225

Location

Phone: (517) 355-8383
Fax: (517) 353-1699
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Horse Youth Programs

Michigan Youth Horse Programs offers events, activities and educational opportunities for youth of all ages.

2013-2014 Calendar of Events



State 4-H MINIATURE Horse Show - Sunday, August 3rd, 2014
State 4-H Horse Show - August 15-17, 2014
County Quota Information

State 4-H Horse Show <— Please note the camping fee is $20/night—>
August 15-17, 2014
MSU Pavilion, East Lansing
The State 4-H Horse Show entries must be completed and submitted to your county office based on qualifications outlined by your county.  Entries will not be accepted directly from youth exhibitors.
State 4-H Miniature Horse Show
August 3, 2014


Country Information Packet
Miniature Horse Show Delegate Packet and Entry Form
Horse Show Delegate Packet and Entry Form

State Horse Show PEP Rider Informatin Packet

4-H Equine Educational Expo (previously 4-H Horse Jamboree)
April 11-12, 2014
RESULTS
Communications
Horse Judging: Officials - Sr. Novice - Sr. Regular - Jr. Novice - Jr. Regular
Hippology: Jr. Regular - Jr. Novice - Senior
Horse Bowl


Knapp 4-H Horse Leaders Award
   Nomination Form

Michigan Youth Horseman Newsletter
MYH Spring 2014 .
MYH Summer 2013 .
MYH Spring 2013 .
MYH Fall 2012.
MYH Summer 2012.
MYH Winter/Spring 2012
MYH SummerFall 2011
MYH Spring 2011

State 4-H Trail Scoresheet

CHECK THIS OUT!! Useful for 4-H Horse Judges:
Evaluation Form
Dodge Miner Friend of 4-H Judges Nomination Form

 

 


Useful for 4-H Horse Leaders:Michigan 4-H Horse and Pony Rulebook
http://4h.msue.msu.edu/4h/resources/mi_4h_horse_show_rules

MI 4-H Horse Show Judges List:
2014 MI 4H Horse Judges List

Good Management Practices for Transporting Livestock to the Fair.pdf

4H ANIMAL SCIENCE PRINTED RESOURCESNovember.pdf

Body Condition Scoring for Horses.pdf

Oregon Ldr Guide.pdf 
This guide was developed at Oregon State University, however much of the information can be of great use to Michigan 4-H horse leaders as well!