Click below to see a list of Horse Certificates currently on file. Names highlighted in yellow are not on the 2019 Active Horse Member list from 4-H Online. According to our rules, back numbers are held for 2 years. However, if you know that a member or horse is not returning (i.e. no longer have that horse or there is a member that has aged out of the program) please email Connie.
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- 2018 Horse Certificate list
Entering Horses for 2019
Starting in 2019, we are no longer taking paper horse certificates. Instead we will be printing a horse list from 4-HOnline. This means that you must enter any and all horses that you might be showing this year into 4-HOnline.
Even if you currently have a horse certificate on file, you must still enter the horse into 4-HOnline. You will not be able to enter any Qualifying Shows without doing that.
All horses must be entered by 10 PM on April 30th!
You must still fill out a paper Horse Certificates to keep in your record book and to show if any questions arise as to whether the horse is your project animal. Want to fill out horse certificates on your computer? Use this form. It will allow you to use actual photos of your horse. For a completed sample, click here.
At the top of the page is a guide on how to fill out the information on 4-HOnline. Here is a link to a PDF of the guide…
Common Questions about Horse Certificates:
- Can kids share a horse? Yes, an unlimited number of siblings can share a horse. Only 2 non-family members can share a horse.
- Should I put the registered name or the barn name? Please put the barn name. (what you call your horse.)
- What if I don’t know the birth date? Put 1/1 then the estimated year of birth.
- What if I don’t know the breed? Put the breed your horse most resembles with an X after it.
Any questions please feel free to use the “Contact Us” form.