Portage County, Ohio
Horse 4-H Program
Horse Committee Webpage
Ohio 4-H
4-H  Fair Theme


4-H: Where Friendships & Memories Begin


This year’s 4-H Fair Theme is provided by


who were selected in a random drawing

from qualifying Honor Clubs.



1) People NOT affiliated with 4-H are NOT permitted to ride on Fair Ground property at any time without written permission from the Fair Board!

x2) Park in the campgrounds or outside the gate ONLY.
x3) Ride IN RINGS only.
4) Do NOT use stalls.
5) Clean up after yourselves.
6) NO bicycles, skateboards, etc.

Randolph Fair Theme

Livin' the Dream

 in 2014

4-H Volunteer Pledge
I pledge my HEAD
to give children the information I can to help them see things clearly and to make wise decisions.
I pledge my
to encourage and support children no matter whether they have success or disappointments.
I pledge my
to help children's groups; if I cannot be a leader,
I can help in may equally important ways.
I pledge my

to keep children strong and well
for a better world through 4-H,
for children's groups,
our community, our country, and our world

From the Advisor Appreciation Banquet Program, 2012
Tri-County 4-H Tack Swap Flyer
Contact Ruth at 440-668-8099
Class Sheets for Fair
List of Forms
Horse Committee Minutes
Interesting, Useful, Horse-related Links
Riding Patterns
Show Bills
Contest Classic
   Horse Bowl
Light Horse Judging
State of Ohio
Groom & Clean


4-H Competitive Trail Ride

4-H Horse
Events Calendar
To Make the Best - BETTER
The 4-H motto means that
each advisor will do the "best"
that he possibly can
in whatever is attempted.
Then, she will strive to improve
the next time so his initial "best"
becomes "better."
 The 4-H motto
encourages advisors
to stretch their abilities and capacities
to reach greater achievement
within their own potential.
From the Advisor Appreciation Banquet Program, 2012

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