The third and final horse clinic with Juli Brown and Beth Till will be held on July 17 starting at 12:00 P.M., CT. at the Cherry County Fairgrounds. Please note the time change. Juli will be working with the 4-Hers to improve basic horse handling and horsemanship skills. She will also be working on the trail class. Cost of participation is $10. Pre-register by July 13. 4-H horse leaders, Eve Millar and Ryan Sexson will be available after the clinic to help those needing to get through their horsemanship levels. Be sure to bring your Horsemanship Levels manual.

Ryan Sexson is hosting two ride meets on July 28 and August 4 at the Cherry County Fairgrounds. Start time on both days is 6:00 P.M., CT. This is a great opportunity to get some practice in before the fair horse show. RSVP your attendance by emailing jdexter3@unl.edu or call the Extension Office at 402-376-1850 two days ahead of the event.

Horse entries for the Cherry County 4-H Horse Show are due to the Extension Office by July 25. Horsemanship levels need to be completed by the 25th in order to compete at fair. This includes demonstrations, written test and riding tests.  Written tests are taken at the Extension Office. Riding tests can be completed by: Eve Millar (402-425-3303), Kari Sage (402-322-0497), Wendy Bell (402-340-1141), Heather Mizner (402-322-1141) and Ryan Sexson (402-389-1671). Contact any of those leaders to complete the riding portion.

The Cherry County Fair 4-H Horse Show will be held on August 9. A complete 4-H fair schedule can be found at cherry.unl.edu/cherrycounty4h.

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