According to 4-H Project rules 4-H members must:
“Exhibit a properly identified horse at a horse show in a class group and be qualified to exhibit in any class included in that group. The horse show need not be a “4-H” show. Shows may include: open shows, circuits, local associations (SCSHA, etc), and breed/ discipline associations (AQHA, APHA, NRHA, etc.). Qualification for each group is based on one horse/rider combination.
- Group 1 – Halter, Ranch Horse Conformation, Showmanship
- Group 2 – Hunter Under Saddle, Hunt Seat Equitation, Hunter Hack, Saddleseat Pleasure, Saddleseat Equitation
- Group 3 – Western Pleasure, Western Horsemanship, Trail,
- Group 4 – Ranch Rail, Ranch Pattern, Ranch Trail, Reining
- Group 5 – Barrels, Poles, Flags” (SCSHA does not offer timed events.)
After participation, 4-H members must get a signature from show management that they have entered and participated in qualifying classes with the 4-Her’s name, the horse’s name, the date of the show, and a list of classes successfully completed by August 1.
SCSHA Your 4-H Road to the Kansas State Fair
South Central Stock Horse Association offers a family-friendly, affordable, and competitive horse show environment. Many of our past members have won and placed in the top 10 at the Kansas State Fair over the last 3 plus decades. Plus we show in the Kansas State Fair arena multiple times a year. Check out our show dates.
Our show office secretary and show management will gladly provide you with a computer printout of your classes and placings upon request – even months after the show. Email SCSHA for a report or contact a board member if you have any questions about our shows.