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4-H Horse Judging Contest

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  1. 4-H Horse Judging Contest Horse Judging I: Parts of The HorsePPA5-0001.00 Source: MSU-ES Horse Judging Activities I-V (Form 819, 820, 821, 822, 823); 4-H Horse Judging Manual (Pub 901)

  2. Presentation prepared byKathy NashAV Reference Room Manager/ Information & Graphics TechnicianMSU-ES Support Services Department Review Committee Roy Higdon, Area Agent, Animal Science/Forages, MSUES Tom McBeath, Mississippi Quarter Horse Association Kathy Nash, Information & Graphics Technician, MSUES Sandy Slocum, DeSoto County Director, MSUES Amy Ware, Carroll County 4-H Agent, MSUES Dwayne Wheeler, Special Project Coordinator, MSUES Source: MSU-ES Horse Judging Activities I-V (Form 819, 820, 821, 822, 823); 4-H Horse Judging Manual (Pub 901)

  3. 4-H Horse Judging Contest Horse judging is one of the most educational and popular activities of the 4-H horse project. Horse judging contests involve two actions. First, you must place each animal in a class, and second, you must be able to orally defend that placing. Horse judging helps youth to: Develop communication skills Make decisions based on facts and observations Compete with a sportsmanlike attitude Learn a skill essential for success in the horse industry Develop self confidence

  4. Contests consist of: Judging halter classes (geldings or mares) and giving reasons Judging performance classes and giving reasons. These performance classes will come from Western Pleasure, Reining, Western Riding, Hunter Under Saddle, Hunter Hack, Hunt Seat Equitation, Horsemanship or Showmanship. The 4-H contest system uses four animals in each class. Your job as a judging participant is to place the animals first, second, third, and fourth. Generally, it is best to break a class down into pairs. Divide the class down into a top pair, middle pair, and a bottom pair. However, it is generally best to make the easiest placing first. This may be the top animal, the bottom, or any of the pairs.

  5. Suggestions for Beginners Learn the correct names for all the parts of a horse, their values, and their locations. Learn the correct terms. Improper terms will weaken reasons. Learn the correct organization and techniques used in presenting oral reasons. Develop a mental picture of an ideal horse. Do this by recalling the desirable features of horses you have seen, or from pictures available from various associations. Learn the correct procedures and patterns for performance classes. Practice!!! Studying and knowing a lot about your subject will help you gain confidence.

  6. Let’s Begin!!!

  7. Horse Judging I:(Parts of The Horse)PPA5-0001.00 Material suitable for ages 8-10 Source: MSU-ES Horse Judging Activities I-V (Form 819, 820, 821, 822, 823); 4-H Horse Judging Manual (Pub 901)

  8. This is a Horse This lesson is to help you understand the parts of the horse.

  9. Horses are made up of many, many different parts.These parts must go together very well for the horse to perform properly.

  10. If a horse has crooked legs, is knock kneed, cow hocked, has a long back, or other problems, chances are, the horse will not have the ability to perform well.

  11. Let’s begin now with the parts of the horse and see how many you can learn!

  12. 23 22 Parts of the Horse • Forehead • Face • Bridge of nose • Nostril • Muzzle • Upper lip • Lower lip • Under lip • Throat latch • Poll • Crest • Neck • Shoulder • 38. Withers • Point of shoulder • Chest • Arm • Elbow • Forearm • Knee • Cannon • Ankle • Pastern • Coronet • Fetlock • Girth

  13. Parts of the horse • Cannon • Ankle • Pastern • Fetlock • 26. Barrel • 27. Abdomen • 28. Hoof • 29. Hock • 30. Gaskin • 31. Stifle • 32. Flank • 33. Buttock • 34. Point of hip • 35. Croup • 36. Loin • Back • 39. Thigh

  14. Now let’s see the WHOLE horse

  15. Parts of the horse (to be used with slide #16 ) (this sheet can be printed out )

  16. Now see if you can name all the parts!!! (to be used with slide #15 ) (this sheet can be printed out )

  17. Ya’ll Did Great!!! See ya’ll for Part II, when we study The Basics of Horse Judging! Source: MSU-ES Horse Judging Activities I-V (Form 819, 820, 821, 822, 823); 4-H Horse Judging Manual (Pub 901)