New Hampshire 4-H Horse Project Overview

The New Hampshire 4-H Horse Project focuses learning around equines such as horses, donkeys and mules. You don’t have to have your own animal to participate in the New Hampshire 4-H Horse Project. Youth have the opportunity to learn riding, driving, showing in hand, gymkhana, management, science, nutrition, safety and care. Members gain skills in basic horse care and animal science. There are lots of activities youth without an owned or leased horse can do! Click on the links below for more information.

New to the 4-H Horse Project? Check out the NH 4-H Horse Project Fact Sheet for more information.To find others in your county participating in the Horse Project Area, contact your county 4-H office by clicking here.

Forms, resources and Fact sheets here for members, volunteers, leaders and parents


NH State 4-H Horse Show Includes entry packet and information for the show. Two divisions of WALK-TROT for exhibitors age 12+ as of 1/1 will be included in the 2021 show! Novice Walk-Trot and Open Walk-Trot. A readiness form (included in the show packet) will be required for Walk-Trot riders. Mark your calendars for July16-18, 2021 when we will have ALUMNI classes!

 State Events

Regional events

 National Events

Project Manual, Rules and other Resources

Recommended Resources

Forms and Policies

Forms, resources and Fact sheets here for members, volunteers, leaders and parents.



Mary Davis
State 4-H Animal Science Program Manager
Assoc Field Specialist
Phone: (603) 862-2188
Office: Cooperative Extension, Kendall Hall Rm 403, Durham, NH 03824