|4-H Horse ID ID Sample Sheet||Due to extension office each year by May 1|
|4H Horse Show Rule Book||Snaffle Bit Nominations|
|Tip Sheet||Showmanship Video|
|KSU animal science||Reining Pattern Video|
|4-H Horse Project Info and Resources||Kids and Horses Oct 2019 Newsletter|
|District and State Form||Western Pleasure Video|
Horse Ownership: Youth may own the horse themselves, or use a family-owned horse (immediate family: mother, father, stepparent, brother, sister, grandparent, or legal guardian).
Leasing: The leasing option is intended for youth who are unable to participate fully in the 4-H horse project because they do not have access to family-owned horse, provided that they manage the horse at least 75 percent of the time from May 1 through September 30. If a 4-H member leases his or her project horse to another 4-H member, the leaser forfeits the right to use the horse.
Sharing project horses: Siblings may show the same horse provided they are not in the same class. If both are in the same age classification, they must decide what classes each will show in.
2 –year and 3-year old Snaffle-bit: No one is allowed to ride this nominated horse except you from May 1 until the conclusion of the Kansas State Fair. This includes a trainer, parents, horseless horse member, another 4-H member, sibling, potential buyer, etc.
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*Please check the flyers for registration deadlines*
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|KS State Fair 4-H Horse Show - Must qualify at your District Show|