Polk County 4-H Horse Bowl Club Is More Than Horseplay

— Written By Kerry Jones
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Polk County 4-H Horse Bowl

The North Carolina 4-H Horse Bowl program offers youth who are interested in horses the opportunity to display the knowledge they have gained in a competitive and friendly atmosphere. Now, Polk County 4-H is excited to take part in this educational experience for youth.

Under the leadership of volunteer Club Leader Carla Raffield, youth ages 8-18 will meet together weekly to study and obtain a more thorough and complete knowledge of horses and related subject matter. Youth will gain confidence in their horse knowledge and be rewarded and recognized for their achievements. Participants are not required to own a horse to participate.

Members of the Horse Bowl teams will have an opportunity to compete against other teams on a district and state level.The top six Junior, Senior, and Mixed division teams will receive ribbons. The top team in each division will receive an award. Individual awards are also presented to the first through tenth highest Junior, Mixed, and Senior Division participants at the State contest.


If you have a youth who would be interested in building their knowledge of horses and competing in a team environment, please contact Polk County 4-H Agent Helen Blackwell for more information on 4-H Horse Bowl participation.