The 4-H Horse program is very active in Warren County.
Ohio 4-H Horse Program
All Ohio 4-H Program materials are available online at http://horse.osu.edu
All 4-H Horse program participants are required to complete safety requirements and follow established policies, including but not limited to:
♦ attend the Horse Safety & Ethics training program;
♦ follow the Mandatory Helmet Use Policy, and
♦ comply with horse identification requirements including vaccination records, Coggins results and lease agreements.
Horse Advisors Committee
All 4-H advisors with members taking horse projects are encouraged to attend these meetings. This active group provides clinics and fun shows, generates funds for improvements to the Horse Arena at the Fairgrounds, and provides support for the Warren County 4-H Horse program. Their efforts are greatly appreciated!
|Mike Monroe||Vice President|
Horse Advisors Meeting Schedule
Meetings are typically held in the Extension conference room at 7:00 pm.
All advisors with youth taking equine projects are encouraged to attend.
2019 Warren County Event
Warren Co 4-H Horse Advisors Shows
|Schedules and Forms for Horse Advisors Shows will be available here this spring.|
Speed Show sponsored by Chesapeake Stables
|April 26, 6pm||Showbill|
sponsored by Chesapeake Stables
|May 24, 6:00pm||Showbill|
|Horse Show||June 1, 9:00am||Showpacket||Event Form|
|Horse Advisors Contest Show||June 8, 9:00am||Schedule||Event Form|
|Contest Show||June 28, 6:00pm||Showbill||Event Form|
|Horse Advisors Show||June 29, 9:00am||Show Packet||Entry Form|
|Horse Advisors Fall Fun Show||September 7, 9:00am||Showbill||Event Form|
Performance Against Standards
State Fair Qualifying Event
Miami Valley PAS Show
Saturday, June 15, 2019 - Warren County Fairgrounds
PAS Packets HERE - Coming Soon.
For additional information about Ohio 4-H PAS Qualifying Scores, Ohio PAS Score Sheets and Ohio PAS Out of County Forms visit the State site at horse.osu.edu.
Information about these statewide events is also available at the state site:
- 4-H Horse Advisor Training, January 26 at 9am
- 4-H Horse Bowl, March 30
- 4-H Horse Communication Contest, April 27
- State 4-H Trail Ride, September 7
- 4-H Groom and Clean Contest, September 21
May 7 at 6:30 p.m. at the Warren County Fairgrounds
All 4-H members taking equine projects for the first time are required to participate in a mandatory one-time horse safety and ethics program. Members who have not previously completed the Horse Safety & Ethics program are required to purchase the Horse Safety resource book (#191R) and attend a 2-hour training with a parent or legal guardian.
As in the past, this training is only offered ONCE this year. This training is a requirement to show and participate in the 4-H equine program. Failure to complete the training will result in the member’s ineligibility to participate in any 4-H equine events. This applies to all horse, mule, donkey and miniature horse projects. Though attendance is strongly encouraged, members taking the Horseless Horse project (#173) are exempt from this requirement. 4-H Horse Clinics Registration Form will be available for download here.
June 1 is the possession date for all equine animals this year.
Horse Identification Form/Health Record, lease agreements and negative Coggins test results must be delivered to the Warren County Extension office by 4:30 p.m. on June 1, 2020
Special Note about Coggins Tests
All horses must have PROOF of negative Coggins test results submitted by June 1. “Blood drawn” is not an acceptable substitute. Plan now to have your horse tested early enough to have results before the deadline.
Remember, spring is a busy time for local veterinarians and the ODA. Tests can be delayed several weeks, so plan ahead.
All youth 19 years and under, participating in any 4-H equestrian activity, are required to wear properly fitted protective headgear which meets or exceeds current ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials)/SEI (Safety Equipment Institute) standards with the chin harness securely fastened at all times while riding or driving an equine.
It is the responsibility of the rider, or the parent or guardian of the youth participant, to make sure that the headgear worn complies with appropriate safety standards for protective headgear intended for equestrian use, and is properly fitted and in good condition. The Ohio 4-H Horse Program, Show Committees, Officials, Extension Personnel and Volunteer Leaders are not responsible for checking headgear worn for such compliance.
The Ohio 4-H Horse Program, Show Committees, Officials, Extension Personnel and Volunteer Leaders make no representation or warranty, expressed or implied, about any protective headgear, and cautions riders that death or serious injury may result despite wearing such headgear, as no helmet can protect against all foreseeable injuries in equestrian activities.
The Ohio 4-H Horse Program, Show Committees, Officials, Judges, Extension Personnel and Volunteer Leaders may, at his/her discretion, check a participant’s protective headgear for proper standards. If the youth is found to be wearing unapproved, defective, or improperly fitted headgear, he/she will not be permitted to participate in riding or driving activities until proper headgear is acquired.