2013-05-16 / Sports

4-Hers sharpen horsemanship skills


JayCee Richter and Josi Schwab, Emmons County Dakota Riders 4-H Club, attended the clinic. JayCee Richter and Josi Schwab, Emmons County Dakota Riders 4-H Club, attended the clinic. On May 4th, Emmons County 4-H hosted a clinic to help members sharpen their horsemanship skills. The clinic was held at the 4-H horse arena in Linton.

Longtime Burleigh and Morton County 4-H Leaders, Gail Lengenfelder and Jann Andring, spent the day providing expertise and hands-on experience for the members. Members learned everything from basic horsemanship skills to the individual events that they will compete in during the Emmons County Achievement Days.Achievement Days are scheduled for July 11, 2013, in Linton. This clinic was also attended by McIntosh and Logan County members.

For more information about Emmons County 4-H or any other questions, stop by the Extension Office or call 254-4811.



Emmons County 4-Her Hannah Jacob rides across the arena. Emmons County 4-Her Hannah Jacob rides across the arena.

Logan County 4-Her Charmaine Haas is practicing her showmanship skills. Logan County 4-Her Charmaine Haas is practicing her showmanship skills.

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