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Horse Projects

Program Contact: Randy Williams

Program Contact: Randy Williams, Lincoln-Adams 4-H Program Coordinator
(509) 725-4171  •

Program Contact: Julie Hartz, Lincoln-Adams WSU Extension Program Assistant
(509) 659-3209  •


Every 4-H household with a member that competes in 4-H horse events, or a leader who assists competitive youth members, should have a current copy of the PNW 4-H Horse Contest Guide

Lincoln/Adams 4-H Horse Sheets are required for Horse Project Members who own or lease a horse for project use are due by April 1st.

After April 1st, requests for changes due to replacement of project horse, (especially if member has only 1 horse) due to death, unsoundness, or safety issues, can be made to Julie Hartz. 

WA 4-H Equine Project Resources

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4-H Horse Project Information

Are you considering a horse project?

Beginning Horsemanship 4-H Horse Project 4-H Horse Judging Manual

How to Work with your Horse

4-H Driving Manual 4-H Hunt Seat and Jumper Manual 4-H Dressage Manual 4-H Ranch Horse Manual

Fair 4-H Horse Project Checklists

Lincoln County Fair & Rodeo