Horse & Pony Project

To be eligible to show at the 2019 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.

Upcoming Meetings and Practices

Drill Team

June TBD – every Tuesday, Walworth County Fairgrounds, 5:45PM – 6:30PM

Driving

Practices start May 6 and will continue weekly following this schedule – Markham’s Farm, 6PM, Mon-Thu Miniatures, Tue-Fri Ponies

English Performance

Practices start May 8 and will be every Wednesday at the Walworth County Fairgrounds at 6:30PM

Speed

May 7th – every Tuesday, Walworth County Fairgrounds 6:30pm

Western

May 8 – every Wednesday, Walworth County Fairgrounds 6:30PM

Horseless Horse/Ponyless Pony

March – July – third Wednesday of every month, Zenda Town Hall, 3728 Franklin Walsh Road, Zenda, WI


 Project Forms and Information (In PDF form)

Coggins Test Opportunities

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

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

Western Performance – VACANT

English Performance – Dawn Rullman 262-949-3013

Speed – Tracy Quackenbush 879-578-1402

Driving – Kathleen Markham 414-412-4385

Equine Education – Torell Geffers 920-527-1500

Horseless Horse – Donna Kundert 262-749-8663

Drill Team – Chelsea Police 224-213-8309

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