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Big Sky Horse Park

4H Horse Camp

4H Horse Camp is an annual fun filled 2-day camp where project participants bring their horses to practice skills at their level. Volunteer instructors, committee members and clinicians share a wide variety of knowledge in horse care, training, and a variety of equine disciplines.

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4H Horse Camp
4H Horse Camp

Time & Location

May 12, 2023, 8:00 AM MDT – May 13, 2023, 5:00 PM MDT

Big Sky Horse Park, 3500 North Ave W, Missoula, MT 59804, USA

About the event

About 4H Horse Camp:

With the construction of the 4H arena in 1983 arena 4H Horse Project participants have had a place to “learn, grow, and succeed” in their horsemanship skills and prepare their project entries for County and State level fairs. “Horse projects provide youth with an opportunity to handle, care for, ride or drive horses.” 

Past camp clinics have included:

Jumping, dummy roping, roping dummy tracking, Working Equitation obstacles, trick riding and liberty demos, back country riding and packing, equine massage, tack fitting etc.

Contact us:

Please contact the 4H Horse Committee President for more information on camp participation or to volunteer.

Paula Williams: Lazerfox7@gmail.com

More Information:

More Missoula 4H Horse Project information can be found here:

https://missoulaeduplace.org/horse-committee

Why join 4H?

4H programs empower young people to be well-informed citizens who actively engage in their communities and the world. Youth become involved in their community, build decision-making skills, develop a greater sense of understanding, and increase their confidence in connecting to others.

Community Service and Leadership:

4H members contribute hundreds of thousands of hours back to their community every year. Over half of 3 rd  through 6th  grade 4-H members indicated they had more opportunity to help plan a community service project since joining 4-H, while 24% reported having led a community service project as a member of 4-H.

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