Quarantime Webinar Recordings
Quarantime 6: April 22, 2020 Ask the Judge!
Thank you to Jessica Hleback, Dr. Clay Cavinder, and Laura Norment for serving as our panelists for our Ask the Judge! Quarantime Lesson on April 22. If you were not able to join us live, the session can be viewed via this link: Ask the Judge! Quarantime 6 Recording
Quarantime 7: April 29, 2020 NC State 4-H Virtual Horse Judging Contest Awards
Congratulations to all the youth that participated in the first-ever NC State 4-H Virtual horse judging contest.
Quarantime 8: May 6, 2020 Parasites, Poop, and Putting It All Together
Thank you to Amy Darracott and Dr. Hoyt Cheramie from Boehringer Ingelheim for conducting this presentation!
Quarantime 9: May 13, 2020 Extreme Makeover: Equine Edition
Thank you to Kate McAlinn, Kristen Kaus, Cameron VanSickle, and Michaela and Sandi Vick for sharing your expertise for this webinar!
Tail Extensions and Show Clipping Techniques Videos available on the NC 4-H Horse Program YouTube Channel.
Quarantime 10: Equine Massage Therapy
Thank you to Genny Thompson for conducting this presentation and sharing your knowledge massage therapy!
Quarantime 11: Understanding the Equine GI Tract and How to Read your Feed Tags
Thank you to Triple Crown Feeds NC/SC Regional Feed Representative Christina Reynolds for this outstanding presentation and Q & A.
Quarantime 12: Career Opportunities in the Equine Industry
Thank you to NCSU Animal Science Professor, Dr. Shannon Pratt-Phillips for providing this very informative presentation.
Quarantime 13: College Riding Opportunities
Special thanks to Tom O’Mara (NCEA), Carla Wennberg (IHSA), and Ginger Henderson (IDA) for representing three organizations that provided riding opportunities for college students.
Dr. Paul Siciliano, Professor of Animal Science, NCSU.
Quarantime 15: NC State 4-H Virtual Horse Show Q & A
Quarantime 15: Tips & Tricks for a Successful Virtual Show Experience
Thank you to Josh Faulkner for sharing his judge’s perspective on how to submit the best possible video for a virtual show. Top takeaways:
- Camera placement- be sure that your videographer stands in the designated area. Make sure that all markers/cones, poles, etc. are visible during filming of the pattern. Film a trial run to be sure that it looks correct and is clear.
- Confidence and turnout make a difference and will separate close scores. It is not required to band/braid or be in full show attire, but it projects a winning attitude.
- Take several videos and submit the best one- watch through it and make sure that you have completed the pattern correctly before you send it in!
- Even though it might take longer to upload, submit your video in the best resolution that you can. A clearer video is better for the judge to see and allows them to best evaluate your run.