Horse projects provide youth with an opportunity to handle, care for, ride or drive horses. There are 10 horse projects. Members must have completed levels 1-3 in Horsemanship to participate in the Advanced Horse Projects. Members are eligible to participate in Horse projects according to ability and skill level. SKILL LEVELS DO NOT NECESSARILY CORRESPOND TO YEARS. It is possible to complete several levels in a year; or youth may take several years to complete one level. Assessment sheets are provided for leaders to determine when a member completes the levels.
Horse Project Books
Required for your horse project. Click the links below to order your books online.
Information & Forms
State Horse Project Information - Has forms, project books, patterns, and events.
Horse ID Form - due May 31
Horse ID Form (Fillable Version)
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