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4-H Horse and Pony Project

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Fun Fact- Horses produce approximately 10 gallons of saliva (spit) each day.

Resource Contacts:

Jerry Hullbert- Superintendent

Jenna Reavis- Superintendent

Project Goals

The 4-H horse program allows youth to develop horsemanship skills. You will also learn skills through educational activities such as horse judging, horse bowls, hippology, speech and demonstration contests. You don’t have to own a horse to be involved. 

Key Terms/Project Areas

  • Colt – A young male horse, 4 years old or younger
  • Filly – A young female horse, 4 years old or younger
  • Foal – A newborn or very young horse, male or female
  • Gelding – A male horse that has been castrated, or gelded
  • Mare – A mature female horse
  • Stallion – A male horse that has not been castrated
  • Dam – The term give to a female horse when she becomes a mother
  • Sire – The term given to a stallion when he becomes a father


Important Dates to keep in you calendar:

May 1st ID forms are due (this includes negative coggins and vaccination records so make vet appointments early enough to have paperwork to turn in)

June 16th fair entries due

July 29th-August 2nd Fair


County Activities

Horse/Horseless Horse Project Workshops and Clinics: Workshops are held at Raymond Town Hall and clinics are held at Racine County Fair Grounds unless otherwise noted

The workshop and clinic dates for 2015-2014 are:

County Horse meetings are the 3rd Thursday of each month at Raymond Town Hall (2255-76th Street Franksville) at 7pm.


Resource Leaders

Jerry Holbert- Superintendent

Jenna Reavis- Superintendent




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