2021 Fall Horse Judging Short Course & Certification Clinic Planned

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Plans are set for the NC State Universtiy Introductory Horse Judging Short Course and Open Horse Show Judges’ Certification Clinic to both take place in person this fall!

Please use the hyperlinks to navigate to each page for details and a link to the online registration. To see a comparison of what each course has to offer, please navigate to this document: Comparison of the NC State University Introductory Horse Judging Short Course and the NC State University Open Horse Show Judges’ Certification Clinic

The Introductory Horse Judging Short Course is scheduled for October 30–31, 2021, in Riddick Hall at NC State University. This course is taught at an introductory level for those with limited horse judging experience. Emphasis will be placed on teaching the judging systems appropriate for judging various classes in the western, hunt seat, saddle seat, and non-trotting divisions. This course is also a great refresher course for experienced judges that are looking to attend the certification clinic in November, and also 4-H and FFA horse judging team members and coaches.

The Open Horse Show Judges’ Certification Clinic will take place November 20–21, 2021, at NC State University in Riddick Hall. Individuals completing the clinic will be included on a list of suggested horse show judges that will be annually revised and distributed to open horse show organizations located in North Carolina and surrounding states. Participating judges will judge 26-28 conformation and performance classes, and complete a 25 question exam in each of the four divisions. Participants that score 90% or higher in a division (western, hunter, saddle seat, non-trotting) will receive certification. Individuals that last attended the Certification Clinic in 2017 and 2018 must attend this year to remain on the list. To check your status on the list, view the most current version: 2019 North Carolina Open Show Judges’ List
If you are unable to travel to Raleigh to attend one of these events, but you are interested in learning more about horse judging, you can register for the NC State University Open Horse Show Judges’ Virtual Academy.

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Lori Stroud, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionLori StroudExtension Asst. - Horse Husbandry Call Lori Email Lori Animal Science
NC State Extension, NC State University
Updated on Aug 16, 2021
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