Please check back often information for 2017 will be added as it becomes available.
Welcome to the St. Joe County 4H Horse & Pony Club.
2017 4H Enrollment
Enrollment is open October 1st. Remember to enroll at the link below to be able to exhibit at the 2017 St. Joe County Fair.
Below please find the link and information for 4H enrollment below:
Online Enrollment is open at https://in.4honline.com
New Rules and Rules Changes for 2017
The following rules changes or new rules were approved by the St. Joe County Advisory Council for 2017.
4a. All Equine 53” and up participating in pony classes need to be measured the morning of fair haul in by an official county measurer who is a current screened and approved 4-H Volunteer. Please note even aged animal’s height can change due to different shoeing techniques, laminitis and other issues not noted. If an animal is close to the 56” inch mark it is the members responsibility to ask the superintendent to have the animal’s height be checked before fair.
9. If a member has one animal signed up on 4H online by the state deadline and it dies or becomes unsound, the member may substitute another animal. If a member has multiple animals signed up on 4H online and one dies or becomes unsound, he or she must show one of the other animals he or she has signed up. The member may only bring one rideable animal to fair in the event of a substitution. Exception: If the one remaining is a yearling or weanling, he may then substitute a rideable animal. Any substitutions must be approved by the 4‐H Horse and Pony Board of Directors and the member’s township leader.The member must provide a written statement, with verification from a veterinarian, that all vaccinations are current. The substitute animal must meet the Exhibition Rule #2a and the Leasing Rule #2. A member must provide a note from a veterinarian regarding the unsoundness of the animal. Any animal substituted may not be shown at State Fair or eligible for Team Tournament or the High Point Award. No substitutions may be made after the start of fair.
The barns close one hour after the completion of classes during fair week and reopen at 6 AM each morning. Any 4Her found in the barns during this closure may face disciplinary penalties.
For safety reasons a 4Her may not use headphones, ear buds or other like type equipment when working with or riding their animal. 4Hers need to be alert and aware of the situations that may arise around them.
INTERESTED IN BEING INVOLVED?
If you are interested in sharing your time and talents with our club please see the Committees Page. We will begin sign-up for committees for the 2015 Fair year at the October Leaders Meeting. Parents and Senior 4H members are welcome to sign up for the committees.
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