Information for members with horse projects (including ponies and draft horses)
Find us easily at go.osu.edu/hancockhorse
2021 Horse Quality Assurance
Talk with your advisor regarding Horse Quality Assurance.
- EquiSTEP Helmet Safety Video - YouTube
- Leading Safely - YouTube
- Grooming a Horse Safely - YouTube
- Picking Hooves Safely - YouTube
- How to Safely Hard Tie Your Horse - YouTube
- EquiSTEP 2021 Equine Preventative Health - YouTube
- EquiSTEP Sportsmanship Adversity 12 23 20 - YouTube
2021 Hancock County 4-H Horse Guidelines - click here (Sample lease agreement included)
These guidelines are for 4-H youth and their families. This information is meant to help clarify and be used in conjunction with the Uniform Rules for 4-H Horse Shows as they pertain to Hancock County.
- Ohio 4-H Horse Program Protective Headgear Policy; Frequently asked questions about Ohio 4-H Horse Program's Protective Headgear Policy
- 2021 Horse ID Record for Hancock County - MUST be signed by member and parent or guardian
- 2021 Horse ID Record Photo Sheet for Hancock County - MUST be completed for each horse
- 2021 Equine Lease Agreement (4-H Horse Leasing Guidelines begin on page __ of the 2021 Hancock County 4-H Horse Guidelines)
- PAS - Performance Against a Standard State Fair Horse Qualifier Show - due June 11 - Online entry click here - Show Bill click here - Patterns click here - PAS State Fair Qualifications
- 2019 Ohio State Fair Junior Horse Show Schedule
- 2021 Hancock County 4-H Summer Show Series (UPDATED!!) - July 10, due July 5 at midnight & August 14, due August 8 at midnight - Entry form
Appropriate signatures and forms must be submitted by June 1, 2021 to be eligible for awards at county and state fairs.
Equine Project Resources
Link to Ohio Horse Resource page where Ohio State Fair PAS Requirements and Patterns, Score Sheets, and Show Dates will be posted
2021 Equine Skillathon Study Guide
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Denise Tebbe Memorial Scholarship
Applicants must have been a Hancock County 4-H member for a minimum of three years and completed dog or horse projects. They must be pursuing or planning to pursue a degree from an accredited two or more year post-secondary institution, and they must have a minimum grade point average of 2.5 in order to qualify for consideration. Application must include a current photo (for possible media use); completed application form; and one letter of recommendation from a responsible community member who is not related to the applicant. Applications are generally due March 15 of each year. All applicants were recognized during the Hancock County Fair.