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- Links | Mysite
Links 4-H King County 4-H Volunteer hours reporting King County 4-H Publications WSU 4-H Home Page WSU 4-H Horse Project Page PNW 4-H Judges LIst 4-H National Website 4-H Mall Eastern National 4-H Round Up Western National Round Up 4-H King County 4-H King County 4-H Publications WSU 4-H Home Page WSU 4-H Horse Project Page PNW 4-H Judges LIst 4-H National Website 4-H Mall Eastern National 4-H Round Up Western National Round Up Associations WAHSET Washington High School Equestrian Teams Pattern Speed Horse Association Washington State Horseman Washington State Hunter Jumper Association National Equestrian Associations USEF United States Equestrian Federation USDF United States Dressage Federation USEA United States Eventing Association USHJA United States Hunter Jumper Association Collegiate Riding Teams IHSA Intercollegiate Horseshow Association NCEA National Collegiate Equestrian Association IDA Intercollegiate Dressage Association NIRA National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association Breed Associations American Quarter Horse American Paint Horse Appaloosa Horse Club Arabian Horse Association American Morgan Horse Association Pony of the Americas POA American Miniature Horse Association Pinto Horse Association of America American Shetland Pony Club
- Dressage | Mysite
Dressage Events Information Rules specific for the Over Fences events: Clothing and Tack pg12 PNW Contest Guide Individual Event Info pg18-20 PNW Contest Guide Event Process pg18-21 King County Rule Book 2019-2022 Dressage Tests Training through 4th Level Intro Level & Freestyle tests Western Dressage Tests Safety Check Sheets: You are responsible for performing your own safety checks. Showmanship Dressage To earn a medal at the State Fair you must complete the steps correctly on the form. State Medal Letter of Intent Screenshot%20(35)_edited Screenshot%20(36)_edited PNW contest guide Screenshot%20(38)_edited horse project manual Screenshot%20(35)_edited Screenshot%20(36)_edited PNW contest guide Screenshot%20(38)_edited horse project manual References
- Help for New Members | Mysite
Help The first couple years of 4-H can feel like a fog Don't worry we've all been there. Any large program like this has so many facets it can feel like you'll never find your way. Or be able to participate in a conversation about an event without thinking "What is that?"Or when one of your veteran friends says something about Hippology.......Wait what!?! Hopefully this page will help you navigate your way through the program. But don't forget you have another fantastic resource; your leader! It's their job to help you on this journey. Unfortunately, those of us that have been in this program for a long time forget how confused we got in our first years when we heard the terms; judging, showmanship, herdsmanship....and so on. So your most important job is to ask questions! The only stupid question is the one you don't ask. That being said we wanted to provide you with some quick grabs of info to be at your fingertips whenever you need them. Where do I find that? Tack & attire needed How things run Books & lots of info Facilities -pay for stall or tie to trailer, stay off grass inside facility, park outside, no horses on concrete Enumclaw Expo -must pay for stall, no dogs, pull up to unload Donida Farms -no stalls, keep horses away from club houses Green River & Meridian -horses in equine area only, stall or trailer Frontier Park Novice Novice is a riding level and not an age division. It's for kids that can not safely canter in an arena. It is only present in the performance discipline, and limits riders to Dressage Intro tests that are walk/trot, and ground poles in jumping. Limited to rider's first 2 years of showing. Never leave a novice rider unattended. Age Divisions All ages are based on member's age on October 1st of that 4-H year. Junior is 8 through 10 Intermediate is 11 through 13 Senior is 14 through 18 A novice rider will compete with their age division in Dressage, jumping, driving and gaming. Novice classes are only offered in the Performance division. The letter after their number lists their age division; J, I or S. Danish Ribbons The danish system is amazing! It lets you know how your performance looked when compared with the rule book. It place you against the other riders. does not A High Blue means you exceeded the standards Blue; you met the standards in the rule book. Red; close to meeting the standards, you may meet some but not all. White; you need to work towards meeting the standards in the rule book. Being the last red called in the class does not mean you were almost a blue, they are announced in the order they were listed on the class sheet by the show secretary 3 days before the show. Danish ribbons are a true picture of how you did, regardless how many riders there were. King CountyFair The Fair is not a show, it's ran differently for a reason. It is our State Qualifying Event. We are the guest of the Fair, we did not rent the facility. We are there during the Fair, there will be balloons, rides, bulls, clowns, donkys, loud noises, loud music and lots of people that know nothing about horses. Sportsmanship is very important at all times. It's our job to show the public that we are a great program, we take good care of our horses and have worked very hard to get there. Our barn is ran by our Superintendents, Lori Glasgow and Kari Ward. Each section has a manager and a secretary. Your Fair You will come in through vet check at the Big Oak, and not leave till the barn is excused at the end of your section. Only Danish ribbons are awarded till championship classes, those are placed. Do not drive to the barn, there is a tack tractor. Everyone does herdsmanship; keeping the barn & stalls clean at all times. You can not miss your Showmanship class, those are required for continued participation at fair. Barn opens at 6am, closes at 10pm. We have a special dumpster for shavings, shavings are provided by the fair. No horses or wheelbarrows down the center aisle, and don't miss the welcome meeting at the start of your section.
- Contact | Mysite
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- Record Books | Mysite
Record Books The 4-H Program has a long history of record keeping. The emphasis on this reflects the importance of this skill as a life lesson. In 4-H members track their; activities, events, expences, skill development, learning experiences and much more. The 4-H Record Book also gives an opportunity to set goals, develop plans to meet those goals, measure achievements and growth, and in the end reflect on their years in 4-H. In our program keeping a record book is a requirement to exhibit a project horse at the King County Fair/State Qualifying Event. You must choose one of the reference boxes below and complete all links in that box. Horse Program Record Book This book has been designed by a horse program mom, just for horse program members. It removes the need for add sheets and additional project packs. You can put all your horses in this book . There is a PDF version so you can print it out and fill it out and an excell version so you can do it on your computer and work on it all year then print out a finished book. (excell formatting for narrow margins) Only choose one link below, they are the same book; pdf or excel Horse Program Record Book PDF Horse Program Record Book Excel King County Record Book This record book is created by the King County Association. It is set up in more of a general format, so all projects can use the same book. IF you have more than one horse you need to complete the following for EACH horse: Individual Horse Record and the Project portion of the record book. King County Association Record Book Horse Management Record Individual Horse Record Permanent Record WSU Extension/ Association Record Book This record book is created by WSU. It is set up in more of a general format, so all projects can use the same book. IF you have more than one horse you need to complete the following for EACH horse: Individual Horse Record and the Project portion of the record book. Record Book Horse Management Record Individual Horse Record Cloverbud Level 1 Record Book This record book is created by WSU. It is set up in more of a general format, so all projects can use the same book. This book is only for cloverbuds, ages 5-7. **This book will not be accepted if turned in by older 4-H'ers. Record Book Permanent Record
- Calendar | Mysite
Calendar October 1 If you are 6-7 your a Cloverbud, 8-10 a Junior, 11-13 an Intermediate, 14-18 a Senior 2 Association Kick Off Meeting 6:30 11 State Forum 17 Leaders Meeting Green River Saddle Club MINUTES 19 Fall at the Farm Triple J in Issaquah November 21 Horse Program Kick Off meeting 6:30 Washington Thoroughbred Breeders Pavillion All members encouraged to attend 23 Enumclaw Pro Rodeo Spurs and Sparkles Gala Enumclaw Expo Center Field House December 7 Enumclaw Christmas Parade 19 Leaders Meeting 7pm cancelled January 16 Leaders meeting 7pm cancelled 25 Evergreen Equestrians Judging Enumclaw Expo Center Judging & Tack Sale February 1 Super Saturday First United Methodist Church in Auburn 27 Leaders meeting 7pm ZOOM Meeting MINUTES March 1 Mounted Magic Novice show Triple J in Issaquah 25 Leaders Meeting 7pm ZOOM Meeting MINUTES 26-29 Equus Festival 28 Equus Festival Judging STARTING MARCH 16, ALL EVENTS ARE CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19 SHUT DOWN April 4 Leaders Performance, Dressage, Jumping, Driving Show Donida Farms 23 Leaders Meeting 7pm ZOOM Meeting MINUTES ALL EVENTS IN APRIL ARE CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19 SHUT DOWN May 2 Leaders Gaming Show Green River Saddle Club 9 Leaders Performance show Enumclaw Expo Center 9 Vashon Show 21 Leaders Meeting 7pm ZOOM Meeting MINUTES 29 Mounted Magic Judging Triple J in Issaquah ALL EVENTS IN MAY ARE CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19 SHUT DOWN June 6 Leaders Gaming Show Green River Saddle Club 9 Vashon Dressage and Jumping Show 20 Mounted Magic Performance show South Seattle Saddle Club 25 Leaders meeting 7pm ZOOM MINUTES 27 Classic Riders Performance Show Enumclaw Expo Center 28 Classic Riders Gaming Show Enumclaw Expo Center TENTATIVE START UP DATE OF JUNE 19 July 11 Education Day Enumclaw Expo Center CANCELLED 12-16 Performance, Dressage, Juming, Driving Fair Section CANCELLED 16-19 Gaming Fair Section CANCELLED 16 Broncs and Bull Fighting fair event CANCELLED 18 Kick the Dust Up Barrel Race August 27-29 Enumclaw Pro Rodeo September 9-12 Senior Dressage 10-14 Senior Performance 12 Equine Judging & Groom Squad 13 Equine Presentations 15-16 Harness & Small Equine 16-20 Senior Gaming 20-24 Intermedaite Performance 24-27 Intermedaite Gaming 24 Leaders Meeting 7pm MINUTES
- Washington State Fair | Mysite
September 4-27 State Fair Coordinator-Sheilla Hagedorn
- About | Mysite
About Why join 4-H? Nationwide there are over 6,000,000 members. With 600,000 volunteer leaders. Active in 82 countries. 4-H is the largest youth development program in the nation, where members learn by doing. Members make positive adult relationships, develop life skills and earn opportunities to lead. Their journey will include experiencing a club family where they will elect officers, attend meetings, help with community service, make friends, learn the importance of setting goals, while improving their horsemanship abilities. Healthy competition is important in the development of all our future citizens. That 6th place ribbon can often teach our youth more than always winning. We also celebrate the accomplishments of hard work it takes to earn that blue. We offer multiple opportunities and levels of advancement for our members to compete at with their horses. Volunteering is a big part of what makes this program work. The horse program is run entirely by volunteers. Our events can not run without parents, members and families volunteering. From hours spent setting up and managing our events, to the volunteer that comes to work 1 shift, all our volunteers are valued and appreciated. This example of and devotion to giving back is also integral to the development of our youth. Friendship is a treasure. Our members make friends that last a lifetime. These are built in our clubs and fostered over years of shared interests, shows, fairs, hard work, and the love of all things horse. The life skills gained in this program help guide our members as they move into the adult world. Members learn civic responsibility, and the importance of community service. They become experienced public speakers. Learn record keeping and goal setting. Our youth are our future, and the most productive members of society understand that the easiest way isn't always the best way. Learning how to do things the right way is the only way to Make the Best Better. Our Pledge I pledge my to clearer thinking, my to greater loyalty, my to larger service and my to better living. HEAD HEART HANDS HEALTH For my , my , my and my . CLUB COMMUNITY COUNTRY WORLD Our Vision A BLUE ribbon member with a RED ribbon project, is better than a BLUE ribbon project with a RED ribbon member.
- Kick the Dust Up Barrel Race | Mysite
NEW DATE August 22nd Committee- Lori Glasgow Michelle Newberg Sheilla Hagedorn Kari Ward Katie Hoff Check out their website! Click here! Plans in place for social distancing New award levels added Please pre-pay to maintain Stage 2 guidelines