4-H Horse Program promotes knowledge of horsemanship and responsible, ethical equine
use, care, and management.
Required Forms to participate in Ravalli County Horse Project
- Horse Project Guidelines 2017-18
- Me and My Horse ID pdf Form
Please complete Horse Project Guideline Acknowledgement and the 4-H Horse Certificate and return by May 1:
D Bar J Ranch working ranch invitation: Will either be April 28th or 29th. The D Bar J Ranch is branding one of those days and have graciously offered to the 4-H Horse kids to come and either participate on the ground crew or observe. It starts @ 10:00am and potential can go to 4:00pm. Do not have to stay all day. There will be lunch provided. They are branding and vaccinating the calves. The date will be finalized by the end of March.
Trail Riding Clinic
Email address: email@example.com
or mail to
Ravalli County 4-H Horse Committee
4780 Hoover Lane
Stevensville, MT 59870
Horse Record Keeping
Horse Permission & Assumption of Risk
- Horse Project Permission and Assumption of Risk for Participation in 4-H Horse Projects and Helmet Policy - Required with enrollment.
More Horse Links
- Horse Trail Riding Project
- Trail Riding Record Sheets
- Horse Packing Project
- 4-H Horse Lease Form
- MT 4-H Ranch Horse Competition Rule Book
- 4-H State Horse Show Rule Book
Ravalli County 4-H Horse Council email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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