Rocky Ridge Riders 4-H

Hanover County, Virginia

The 2017 4-H State Horse Show was a huge success and we look forward to next year - we hope you all had a great experience and a LOT of fun!

The first club meeting of the new 4-H year will be held Thursday, October 5th at 6:30 at Winns Baptist Church.  Project books are due and we will nominate club officers.   Coming up at the November meeting, we will vote on officers and discuss the Ashland Holiday Parade on Nov 19!

The dates for the 2018 Rocky Ridge Riders Club Shows are coming soon! 

Please review the district rules and qualifications, click here for Virginia Tech's Policy and Guidelines for Shows and Clinics, or under the Resources tab.  Click here for the updated clinic application.  Please use this Qualified Youth Form to send to [email protected], so that the master list can be updated and placed online. 

 Project Book for 2017-2018:see "resources" page for project book template

Please begin your new project book for the club year, everyone's beginning inventory and goals should be done, please bring a draft to the 4-H meeting so the president and Vice President can check them off.  Just a reminder, that you should be using the HANOVER COUNTY format for the Horse Management Project Book.
Time to make sure you are enrolled online! Click here  Please use your previously registered profile.  If you've forgotten your password, resetting it is easy.  
**Parents - Register yourselves as volunteers.  If you are in the least bit active and spend time with the children, a background check is done to be a 4-H volunteer.  If you feel as though you will have little to no contact with children, you will register as a "contact".   It's a very quick and easy process!  Please re-enroll as soon as possible.
Lots of events coming up you will want to participate in!  Click here to visit the Hanover County Cooperative Extension Facebook Page.  Links will be available on FB at least a week before the county website.  Some links below you may need:

 VCE Website   SE District (Region 2) Horse Council

Please see our calendar for events as well. 


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