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Horse Extravaganza and Dairy Quiz Bowl registration is now open until Friday, February 15


Horse Extravaganza and Dairy Quiz Bowl

  • Saturday, March 2, 2019, 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Horse Extravaganza registration is now open! Please let Rachel know if you are interested. Registration must be submitted by February 15th, absolutely no late registrations are allowed. Volunteers are also sought for this event. Please let Rachel know if you would be interested in volunteering.

The primary objective of 4-H Horse Extravaganza is to provide an opportunity for youth to demonstrate the breadth of their equine knowledge in a competitive setting where attitudes of friendliness and fairness prevail. It is hoped that this project contest will generate a rewarding experience for all contestants.

Horse Bowl
  • Each county may send up to two (2) full teams of four (4) members. Teams with less than four (4) members will be combined to create as many teams of four (4) as possible at the discretion of the event chair(s). County staff will be notified of combined teams after entries have been received.
  • Jr. & Sr. Horse Bowl Questions will be supplied by the state this year and are confidential.
  • There are not limits on the number of participants a county can send to the regional event.
  • Hippology phases will be as follows: horse judging, written examinations, station, identification and Team problem for Junior and Senior teams.
Schedule for the Day

8:00-8:30 am-Registration of contestants

8:15 am-Orientation of Volunteers

8:30 am-Welcome to the event

9:00 am-Junior and Senior Hippology starts

9:30 am-Novice Horse Bowl begins

12:30 pm-Approximately-Junior and Senior Horse Bowl Begins

1:00 pm-Approximately-Novice Hippology begins
*When Novice divisions are done: awards will be given and those who wish to leave may do so.

You can learn more about this event and how to prepare for them by viewing the state website: Horse

Dairy Quiz Bowl

You can learn more about this event and how to prepare for them by viewing the state website: Dairy


Rachel Williams
4-H Youth Development Issue Leader