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1 THE HORSE AND PONY EXPRESS A publication of the Dane County 4-H Horse and Pony Education Committee Autumn Nelson, editor April May Table of Contents contents Calendar of upcoming events.2 Calendar of Upcoming Events.2 Important information/news 3 Rules and Guidelines.3 Dept. 6 T-Shirt Order Form 4 Informational Sheet 5-6 Guidelines for clinics.. 7 Trail Clinic.8 9 Driving Clinic For information on the Dane County 4-H Youth Development program, including Horse & Pony information access the website at Please check the Horse and Pony section of the Dane County UW Extension website for additional information: Mock Horse Show.12 Horsemanship Help Western Riding Groundwork Clinic Parking Pass.19 Horse and Pony Committee Contacts Chair: Heather Nelson; ; Co-Chair: Jolene Doerfer; ; Secretary: Kathy Regenauer, ; Treasurer: Dana Schroeder, ;

2 Calendar of Upcoming Events June: 1: Dane County 4-H Horse and Pony Education Committee Meeting Fen Oak 3: Horsemanship Help 9am Alliant Energy Center 3: Western Alliant Energy Center 12:30pm -4pm 4: Groundwork to Saddle Alliant Energy Center 10am 3pm 15: Deadline to turn in educational forms 30 7/2: State 4-H Hunter & Dressage Sheboygan County Fairgrounds July: 6: Dane County 4-H Horse and Pony Education Committee Meeting Fen Oak 19 23: Dane County Alliant Energy Center August: 3: Dane County 4-H Horse and Pony Education Committee Meeting Fen Oak September: 7: Dane County 4-H Horse and Pony Education Committee Meeting Fen Oak 9-10: State 4-H Gymkhana Show 14-16: State 4-H Horse Expo March 2018: 24: Safety Clinic 9 Fen Oak 2

3 IMPORTANT INFORMATION/NEWS: There WILL NOT be an informational meeting held by the Dane County 4-H Horse & Pony Committee this year. If you are not receiving Horse & Pony s, please ensure that the 4-H office has the correct address. The address used by the 4-H office is the you used to sign up for 4-H. Or ensure that Horse & Pony s are not going to your spam folder by adding those s to your safe list. THE SAFETY CLINIC sponsored by the Dane County 4-H Horse & Pony Education Committee is scheduled for Fen Oak 9am 11am. This is REQUIRED for ANY horse & pony member that has not previously attended in order to participate at Dane County Fair News from the Dept. 6 Superintendents: Three hours of volunteer time is required from each Horse & Pony exhibitor who is showing an equine during the Dane County Fair, with a maximum of five hours per family. Please be aware that some shifts are less than three hours, so you may need to sign up for multiple shifts. This volunteer time is specific to Dept 6 Horse & Pony. It is in addition to any Fair or Club volunteer hours you may have to fulfill during fair week. We're using SignUp.com (the leading online SignUp and reminder tool) to organize our upcoming SignUps. Here's how it works in 3 easy steps: 1) Click this link to see our SignUp on SignUp.com: 2) Review the options listed and choose the spot(s) you like. 3) Sign up! It's Easy - you will NOT need to register an account or keep a password on SignUp.com. Please see attached 2017 Dane County Fair T-Shirt order form to order your Dane County Fair Dept 6 T-shirts. Any questions please 3

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5 Dane County 4-H Horse and Pony Education Committee Info Sheet The purpose of the Dane County 4-H Horse and Pony Education Committee is to provide education about horses, horseless horse, hippology and safety for all Dane County Horse and Pony project members. The Dane County 4-H Horse and Pony Education Committee is also responsible for setting the educational requirements needed to be eligible to show your horse at Dane County Fair and providing clinics in order to obtain the requirements needed. The Arlington Tack Sale which is our major fundraiser that pays for the clinics provided to ALL enrolled horse and pony project members. We also collect and submit entries for the Wisconsin State 4-H Horse Expo held in September for those who qualify at Dane County Fair. We DO NOT set the guidelines/rules for the Horse & Pony project at Dane County Fair. Our main form of communication is done through the Horse and Pony Express A newsletter published by the Dane County 4-H Horse and Pony Education Committee and blasts sent through the 4-H office. This information is ed to all enrolled horse and pony project members. Educational Requirements to participate at Dane County Fair: Horse and Pony project members planning to show at Dane County Fair are required to have 6 education hours for grades 3-8 and four hours for grades See education form for education requirements specific to grade 13. One hour MUST be with your project horse/pony at a Dane County 4-H Horse and Pony Education Committee approved clinic. The safety clinic MUST be attended once prior to showing at Dane county Fair. If you have previously attended the safety clinic, you are not required to do so again. Clinic dates are not set until after the first of each year. Watch the 4-H calendar and/or Horse & Pony Express for details. Be sure to sign up for the clinic(s) you would like to attend with your horse as soon as possible. Signup instructions will be in the Horse & Pony Express. Clinics may be audited by ANY horse and pony project member, not just those planning to show at Dane County Fair. Important Dates Educational Form due to the 4-H office by June 15 th each year (please follow instructions on form) This is the only date required from the Dane County 4-H Horse and Pony Education Committee Please make sure to follow all instructions/guidelines and dates regarding fair entries and Dept. 6(Horse & Pony) These instructions/guidelines and set dates are NOT provided or established by the Dane County 4-H Horse and Pony Education Committee. Any questions regarding these requirements need to be directed to either the fair office(fair related) or Dept 6(fair related Horse & Pony) 5

6 Contact Information 4-H related questions Kathy Ottem Dane County 4-H Horse and Pony Education Committee questions Heather Nelson - chair or The following members are current Dane County 4-H Horse and Pony Education Committee volunteers and serve only on this committee. Jolene Doerfer co-chair Kim Ballweg Barb Mueller Scott Krupp Keri Smith Dee Ace Judy Walker Barb Waters Dana Schroeder - treasurer Kathy Regenauer - secretary Other Helpful Information Dane County 4-H Dane County Fair State 4-H Horse Association Facebook Pages: Dane County 4-H Horse and Pony Education Committee Dane County Fair Horse & Pony Dept 6

7 Remember these rules and guidelines when attending a H&P sponsored clinic at Alliant Energy Center: Horses: 1. A current coggins report is required and a copy must be left with the clinic coordinator. 2. Clean all manure from near your trailer and walkway prior to leaving. 3. Horses may not be unattended if tied at your trailer. 4. Only the horse and/or pony registered for the clinic may be on grounds. 5. Keep horses off grassed areas. 6. Training aids are not recommended when attending a clinic. The clinician may excuse a participant if unsafe training aids are used. 7. The clinician or H&P Education Committee member may excuse a participant if their horse or pony is unsafe or unmanageable. Youth Participants and Adults: 1. Youth 14 years and younger must be accompanied by a parent, legal guardian or responsible adult. 2. Contact the clinic coordinator prior to the clinic if you are registered and cannot attend. If a youth registered for a clinic does not show up and has not contacted the clinic coordinator they will have double the hours of the clinic deducted from their educational hour total. 3. SEI approved helmets are required for riders, in-hand handlers and arena helpers. 4. Youth are expected to wear appropriate clothing including boots with heel and long pants if riding western and breeches or jodhpurs if riding hunt, saddle seat or dressage. In-hand handlers and helpers are also required to wear long pants and closed toe shoes/boots. 5. Bring your education form, fill out the necessary info and have the clinician or H&P Education Committee member sign it after the clinic ends. 6. Youth are to be respectful to clinicians at all times disrespect will not be tolerated. H&P Education Committee members may excuse a youth for disrespectful or disruptive behavior. 7. Please be on time, tacked up and ready to enter the ring at the start of your clinic. Contact the clinic coordinator if you become delayed. 8. Auditors are welcome. All auditors need to sign in and have the clinician or H+P Education Committee member sign your education form. General: 1. Print and bring the parking pass found at uwex.edu/dane4hyouth/4-hprojects/horse-pony/ to avoid parking fees. 2. Please enter the Main gate off Rimrock Road and use the parking lot north of the Pavilions. 3. Pets are not welcomed. 7

8 Dates: Saturday, June 3, 2017 Location: Alliant Energy Center Clinician: Pat Fitzgerald Horsemanship Help Clinic Coordinator: Judy Walker (608) Pre-register by mail or no later than May 1, Auditors do not need to pre-register. Clinician: Pat Fitzgerald has a profound love for horses. By drawing from her over 50 years of training experience she is an all-around horse trainer who enjoys solving people's horse-related problems. Pat says it best by saying it is her mission to helping people truly understand and enjoy their horses, whether training for competition or fun at home. She has lots of experience working with children of all ages Clinic Objective: This clinic is for handlers and/or horses that have limited experience in the show ring or with a young or inexperienced horse. Clinician will cover basic ground working skills, riding skills, and working in group situations. Maximum participants per session desired will be 15 horse/riders. Saturday, June 3, 2017: Clinic will be from 9am 11am and be held on the grounds of the Alliant Energy Center. Please have your horse tacked up and rider ready to go 10 minutes before the class starts. IMPORTANT: You will need to bring your current original coggins for your horse and a copy that will be kept for our records. This is a pre-registration clinic: if you need to cancel from the clinic you must contact the clinic coordinator at least 48 hours prior to the start of the clinic. You must also have a verbal confirmation from the clinic coordinator. If you do not get this confirmation, double the hours you signed up for will be deducted from your educational hours. 8

9 Horsemanship Help Clinic Horsemanship Help: Jun 3, AM 11AM This clinic is for handlers and/or horses that have limited experience in the show ring. Clinician will cover basic ground working skills, riding skills, and working in group situations. Maximum participants per session will be 15 horse/riders. Participants for all sessions are required to register by Auditors are welcomed and not required to pre-register. See The Fine Print section of the Express for proper attire. Clinic Date: Saturday June 3, Alliant Energy Center Pre-registration is required. Deadline by May 1st. You can also send by at Mail to: Judy Walker 4577 CTH A Oregon, WI or 2 older experienced youth are needed to pre-register to be assistants. Auditors are welcome and will benefit. No pre-registration is required to audit. 4H Member s Name Address City and Zip Code Daytime Phone: Evening Phone: Current grade in school: Parent s Name: I would like to bring my horse to this clinic ( ) ***2017 Coggins: Original and one copy is required the day of the clinic to participate*** Briefly describe what you would like to work on or learn at this clinic: I consider myself experienced with horses and would like to assist 9

10 Western Riding Clinic Saturday, June 3, 2017 New Holland Pavilion 1 at Alliant Energy Center Clinician: Gary Gibson Clinic Coordinator: Jolene Doerfer Pre-register by mail or no later than May 1, 2017 Limited to 10 riders/handlers per session Clinician: For over 30 years Gary Gibson has been professionally training, showing, judging, and providing lessons and clinics to clients and 4H groups in the Tri-State area. He started training part-time in the early 80's and after leaving corporate America turned full-time in He has worked with various breeds of horses, training them for the show pen or pleasure riding. He has trained and shown winners on the local and national level in halter, pleasure and trail. In 2000, he and his wife, Lori, opened Gibson Training Center in Albany, WI. Clinic Objectives: Beginner horse/riders who have not shown in western riding class before or are first or second year project members with limited western riding class experience. Horse/riders will work on developing skills such as quality of gaits, simple lead changes at the lope, how the horse responds to the rider, correct hand position, stopping, backing and other important techniques that judges look for in western riding. You will be maneuvering through a pattern, around cones and over a ground pole. Intermediate/Advanced horse/riders who have shown in western riding before and who practice western riding at home. Horse/riders should be capable of simple and/or flying lead changes at the lope in a pattern, and be able to maneuver around cones and over a ground pole without hesitation. Horse/riders will work on developing skills such as quality of gaits, simple and flying lead changes at the lope, how the horse responds to the rider, correct hand position, stopping, backing and other important techniques that judges look for in western riding. Sessions offered as follows: Registration will be confirmed upon receipt of registration. Sessions offered as follows: Intermediate/Advanced Western Riding 12:30 pm 2:00pm Beginner Western Riding- 2:30-4:00 pm Registration will be confirmed upon receipt of registration. If you have questions, please call Jolene Doerfer at 608/ or 10

11 Date: Saturday, June 3, 2017 Location: Alliant Energy Center Clinician: Gary Gibson Clinic Coordinator: Jolene Doerfer Western Riding Registration Pre-register by mail or no later than May 1, 2017 Auditors do not need to preregister. Limited to 10 riders/handlers per session Youth Name: Grade as of Jan 1st: County: Street Address: City, State,Zip: Parents Name: Phone Number: Parents Circle one session below as your 1 choice (assigned session will be confirmed) Intermediate/Advanced 12:30 pm -2:00 pm Beginner 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm Clinic Objectives: Beginner horse/riders who have not shown in western riding class before or are 1st or 2" year project members with limited western riding class experience. Horse/riders will work on developing skills such as quality of gaits, simple lead changes at the lope, how the horse responds to the rider, correct hand position, stopping, backing and other important techniques that judges look for in western riding. You will be maneuvering through a pattern, around cones and over a ground pole. Intermediate/Advanced horse/riders who have shown in western riding before and who practice western riding at home. Horse/riders should be capable of simple and/or flying lead changes at the lope in a pattern, and be able to maneuver around cones and over a ground pole without hesitation. Horse/riders will work on developing skills such as quality of gaits, simple and flying lead changes at the lope, how the horse responds to the rider, correct hand position, stopping, backing and other important techniques that judges look for in western riding. This is a pre-registration clinic: If you need to cancel from the clinic you must contact the clinic coordinator at least 48 hours prior to the start of the clinic. You must also have a verbal confirmation from the clinic coordinator. If you do not get this confirmation, double the hours you signed up for will be deducted from your educational hours. Registration will be confirmed via the phone number(s) listed below on this form. If you have questions, please call Jolene Doerfer at 608/ Mail registration to: H&P Western Riding clinic, Jolene Doerfer, 6458 Whalen Rd, Verona, WI registration to: 11

12 Groundwork to Saddle Clinic Date: Sunday June 4, 2017 Location: Alliant Energy Center Pavilion 1 Clinician: Robert Goodland Clinic coordinator: Kim Ballweg (608) Registration must be received via by May 26, Auditors do not need to pre-register. The purpose of this clinic is to help riders establish and improve horsemanship skills in a hands on clinic. Groundwork is an important part of the relationship and partnership you build with your horse. Learning to communicate with your horse is one of the keys to that partnership. Groundwork is the perfect place to begin the conversation that will build to a greater understanding for horse and human. It allows the human to learn the body language, appropriate use of energy and queues that will translate to the saddle and the horse can learn the appropriate response to pressure which is also called respect. Wouldn t it be great if the only things our horses didn t do were the things they didn t know how to do? Groundwork is where the magic begins. About the Clinician: Robert is a retired firefighter and paramedic from a career department in Wisconsin after 23 years of service. He is a Parelli Professional and has taught and assisted with clinics across the country. Robert has held clinics with several 4H groups in the State and believes the future of good horsemanship lies with the youth. Every year, Robert spends time with senior instructors to continue learning the art of horsemanship for his horses, his students and himself. With his open and inviting approach to teaching, Robert empowers his students to want to learn about their horse and themselves. Clinic Objective: Help riders improve the art of communication with their horse through groundwork. Activities will include simulations, proper use of tools, and learning to use energy. Students will learn practical skills to protect their space, how to teach connections with their horse and what that connection looks like. In the saddle students will learn how to create relaxation in their horse, and simple skills to practice at home that can have profound effects in their riding ability, safety and enjoyment for years to come. The goal is to have students leave with a better understanding of how horses learn, how to be safe, and begin to create excellence all while maintaining their principles. Two Sessions are offered, limited to 4 riders per session. Session 1: Session 2: 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM This is a pre-registration clinic. Please have appropriate tack and wear appropriate attire (including SEI helmet). Halter and lead line for groundwork as well as riding tack. If you need to cancel from the clinic you must contact the clinic coordinator at least 48 hours prior to the start of the clinic. You must also have a verbal or confirmation from the clinic coordinator. If you do not get this confirmation, double the hours you signed up for will be deducted from your education hours. 12

13 Groundwork to Saddle Clinic Registration Form Date: Sunday June 4, 2017 Location: Alliant Energy Center Pavilion 1 Clinician: Robert Goodland Clinic coordinator: Kim Ballweg (608) Pre-Register by no later than May 26, 2017 and include all of the following information: Auditors do not need to pre-register. Youth Name: Grade as of Jan 1 st : Youth Youth Phone: Street Address: City, State, Zip: Parents Name: Phone Number: Parents *Additional information about your horse and/or your skills: Circle or note one session below: Session 1 Session 2 10:00 AM 12:00 PM 1:00 PM 3:00 PM Please have appropriate tack and wear appropriate attire (including SEI helmet). Halter and lead line for groundwork as well as riding tack. Registration will be confirmed via . If you have questions, please call Kim Ballweg at registration to This is a pre-registration clinic. If you need to cancel from the clinic you must contact the clinic coordinator at least 48 hours prior to the start of the clinic. You must also have a verbal or confirmation from the clinic coordinator. If you do not get this confirmation, double the hours you signed up for will be deducted from your education hours. 13

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