Horse Study Night
Every Monday evening, except holidays, our horse contest coaches conduct weekly 4-H Horse Study Nights. During these sessions, youth learn about horses. Coaches primarily utilize the Horse & Horsemanship and Horse Science reference manuals during these events. A variety of activities such as games, video, PowerPoint, and lecture formats are utilized.
These events are open to 4-H members and their parents. Youth do not need to have a horse to participate - only a desire to learn about horses!
4-H Horse Study Nights are free, and no pre-registration is required. However, youth must be enrolled in 4-H to participate. New attendees are encouraged to call the office (801-399-8202) to verify that the class hasn’t been canceled due to holidays, weather or other emergencies. Cancellation notices will also be posted on the Weber County 4-H Facebook page, so be sure to follow us on Facebook.
By participating in these events, youth will gain knowledge and skills that will help them with their horses and excel in Horse Bowl, Horse Judging, Demonstrations, and public speaking contests, and the horse testing program.
Location: USU Extension Office (1181 N. Fairgrounds Drive, Ogden)
Time: 7:00 p.m.