Educational Requirements for Dane County Fair
Upcoming Dane County 4-H Clinics hosted by the Horse & Pony Committee are posted on the Dane County 4-H Events Calendar. These clinics count towards the educational requirements needed to show at the Dane County Fair. Use the Educational Card to document the events attended.
Other Forms and Info:
2019 Clinics – keep checking back for updates!
Clinics are open to ALL 4-H youth – not just for youth attending the Dane County Fair!
May 5, 2019 – Show Ring Corrections Clinic; 2182 Branch Road, Sun Prairie, 11am – 2pm
Show Ring Corrections Horse Clinic
May 11, 2019 – Driving and Communication With Your Horse: Alliant Energy Center, 9am – 3pm
Communicating with your Horse Clinic Registration Form
Driving Clinic info sheet
May 18 – Western and Trail: Alliant Energy Center, 8am – 5pm
Western Pleasure Clinic Info & Registration form 2019
Trail Information Registration form 2019
May 19 – Head to Tail: Alliant Energy Center, 9:30am-11:30am and 1pm – 3pm
Head to Tail Clinic
Head to Tail Clinic Information and Registration Form
2019 Wisconsin Horse Association Handbook – check back for updates
Clinic Registration Forms and Pass
Many volunteers are involved in planning and running educational events. Please be considerate to those who are giving their time to the youth of Dane County. In order to receive full credit for the events, you must arrive on time and be in attendance the entire time. You are encourage to attend as many educational/qualifying clinics/events as possible. Don’t wait until the last event offered. If something were to happen that you couldn’t attend that particular event and there are no others offered, you could be ineligible to show at the Dane County Fair due to not fulfilling your educational requirements.
State Expo Forms
State 4-H Horse Expo Packet Information
2019 State Horse Expo T-Shirt Order Form
2019 Horse Expo Permission Letter