Colorado State 4-H Competitive Trail Riding Horse Project The Competitive Trail Riding Program will be a new part of the existing Horse Project The Core Concepts stressed: *Safe Horsemanship *Trail Riding Skills *Leadership
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*Trail Riding Skills*Leadership
*Ethical Development*Personal Responsibility*Family Involvement*Lifetime Recreational Skills
Helping youth develop life skills the existing Which life skills can be taught and practiced in Competitive Trail Riding?
4-H Members – Participate in the pilot, clinics, competition, read the curriculum, do the project.
Parents- Read the curriculum with youth, ride with them, help them develop a conditioning program.
Leaders – read the curriculum, put together mini-clinics, organize group rides.
Agents- read the curriculum, organize ride practices or competitions, identify resource people.