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KING COUNTY 4-H HORSE PROGRAM

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The 4-H Working Ranch Horse Program is an exciting addition to the King County 4-H Horse Program. Now in it's fourth year, the program provides an opportunity for youth to use their project horses  to learn and practice techniques for handling livestock.  They also experience the leadership and responsibility that comes with being engaged in 4-H.  
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                    4-H Cow Sorting Clinics   
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Clinic dates for 2015-16 program year: 
Saturday, January 23
Morning Session: 9am-Noon
Afternoon Session: 1-4pm

Saturday, February 6
Morning Session: 9am-Noon
Afternoon Session: 1-4pm


Saturday, March 12
Morning Session: 9am-Noon
Afternoon Session: 1-4pm

Saturday April 16
Morning Session: 9am-Noon
Afternoon Session: 1-4pm

To sign-up, email LeeAnn Dunham leeann_dunham@hotmail.com 

Clinicians: Jim Adderson and Roy Gill 

Location: Fiddleback Ranch, 13210 284th Ave E, Buckley 
Parking is limited so trailer-pooling is encouraged.  
Do not arrive more than 1/2 hour prior to the start time 
of your session.  

All youth under 18 are required to have a release signed by parent/guardian. 
Fiddleback Ranch Liability Release    PDF    JPG

Cost to 4-H youth members: $30 per session 
Enrolled 4-H leaders, parents, and adult volunteers may also particpate at a cost of $40.


Payment should be received one week prior to the date of the clinic.  No refunds after that date, but you may transfer your spot to someone on the waiting list if you can not attend