NC 4-H Horsemanship Clinic at St. Andrews

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North Carolina 4-H’ers have the opportunity to participate in a Horsemanship Clinic hosted by St. Andrews University and taught by their Western and Hunter coaches and staff.

  • The clinic will take place June 14-16. Move in and assessment will be at 5:00 p.m. on Friday the 14th.
  • Ages 8-18
  • Bring your own horse/pony
  • Stall and bedding provided with registration
  • 20 spots for hunter and 20 spots for western/ranch
  • All levels welcome (must be able to walk and trot/jog independently)
  • Clinic Fee: $250   The Dale Earnhardt Foundation is providing scholarships for all youth to attend!
  • Participants are responsible for hotel/sleeping arrangements and meals

Each 4-H’er may only participate with one horse/pony and in one division at this clinic to offer the maximum opportunity for participation. Filling out this form DOES NOT guarantee you a spot in the clinic. The first 20 hunter and first 20 western/ranch applicants will receive a clinic spot. You will be contacted with a separate email to inform you of your acceptance to the clinic or your position on the wait list. More information regarding the clinic will then be sent out. Clinic participants must be Jr. or Sr. 4-H’ers and must be able to walk and trot/jog independently.

More detailed clinic information will be sent to registered participants.

Questions? Contact Alaina Cross: 

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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
Posted on May 7, 2024
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