Being a top horseman or horsewoman requires dedication. You must learn all you can about them and set/achieve goals alongside your horse.
In the Horse Project, you’ll develop respect for horses, responsibility in caring for them and discipline in the way horses are handled. This project is open to anyone interested in learning about horses, even if you don’t own one.
In this project, you’ll learn:
- The history of horses
- How to have fun with horses
- How to safely work with and around horses
- Proper horse welfare and related health issues
- How to identify different breeds
4-H Project Disclaimer
4-H Ontario is pleased to be able to provide 4-H project resources for use by volunteers in 4-H clubs. With so many topics to choose from, 4-H volunteers are trusted to use these resources to provide safe, respectful and quality programming while using their judgement to assess the appropriateness of activities for their particular group of youth.
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Horses have three blind spots where they can’t see you – Directly in front of them, directly behind them and under their head! Learn all you need to know about horses in this 4-H project.