Horse Show

The Horse Project is designed as a tool for youth to learn about horse care and handling, and the equine industry in general, through hands-on activities designed to develop skills not only in horsemanship and equine handling, but also in leadership, communication, decision-making and personal management.

Learning activities focus on these major concepts: management, nutrition, exhibiting, health, equine industry, environment, and careers.

Record keeping is an important part of the Horse and Pony Project and the equine industry. Records are kept on the type and amount of feed fed, vaccinations and other health practices.

As with all the animal projects in the SRF, a completed record book or summary sheet and show sponsor thank you letter must be turned in for an exhibitor to show his or her animal.

 Show Superintendent: Leonora Hale


  • Drummond Community Bank
  • Kloverleaf Tack, Kathy Inman
Please write your thank you letter to Drummond Community Bank
  checkmark_sm Horse Show Packet
  checkmark_sm Project Summary Sheet
  checkmark_sm Non-Market Animal Record Book
  checkmark_sm Horse Entry Form
  checkmark_sm Horse Lease Form
  checkmark_sm Showmanship
  checkmark_sm Horse Husbandry Study Guides
  checkmark_sm SRF Scholarship
4-H members who are NOT 8 years old by 1 September 2017
CAN NOT participate in this Large Animal Project.