Horse & Pony Project

To be eligible to show at the 2020 Walworth County Junior Horse and Pony Show (and 4-H qualifying show), members must attend:

  • One Orientation Meeting
  • One Educational Meeting
  • Three Walworth County 4-H H&P discipline practices/clinics per discipline you plan to show in OR 2 Western and 2 English practices/clinics if showing both disciplines

Applies to all disciplines: Western Performance, English Performance, Speed, Driving, Equine Education, and Horseless Horse.

Due to the current health crisis and ever-changing guidelines, additional meetings may be cancelled or postponed.  Check back immediately preceding any event you plan to attend to confirm whether or not it is still happening.  Reach out to your project leadership via email or phone as needed.

LAST UPDATED 8/31/2020

4-H Horse & Pony Project Suggestions

Share your suggestion, ideas or concerns regarding the Walworth County 4-H Horse & Pony Project at this link:

https://surveymonkey.com/r/FTX6B3W

You may also put feedback into the “Suggestion Box” that will be located in the indoor arena at the fairgrounds during discipline clinics.

Horse & Pony Project Leaders 2020

Junior H&P Superintendent – Jeff Markham 414-378-4385

Western Performance – Jennifer Betts 262-949-5435

English Performance – Tracy Quackenbush 402-879-5781, Jennifer Betts 262-949-5435

Speed – Tracy Quackenbush 402-879-5781

Driving – Kathleen Markham 414-412-4385

Equine Education – Torell Geffers 920-527-1500

Horseless Horse – Donna Kundert 262-275-5155

Drill Team – Sandy Beinert 262-853-6490

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