Idaho 4-H Key Award
The Idaho 4-H Key Award gives recognition to 4-H members who have achieved significant leadership in their 4-H club and their county. The program’s objective is to encourage project growth, a broad program of 4-H activities over the years, and the ultimate development of outstanding citizens. The wearer of the Idaho 4-H Key can be proud of his or her contribution to club and community.
Awards will be determined by your county awards committee based on applications. County Extension staff members submit the names of the Key Award winners to the state 4-H Youth Development office. There is no state due date, so names may be submitted at any time.
The award in the Idaho 4-H Key Award program is a gold key charm for girls and a tie tack for boys. A certificate is also awarded to each recipient. Idaho 4-H Key Awards are presented at a countywide event.
Idaho Horsemanship Award
- Key Award Information, Application and Score Sheet #91809 | pdf |
The Idaho Horsemanship Award is a test of knowledge and skills in horsemanship. Its purpose is to honor the most talented youth riders in Idaho. It tests the youth’s riding ability and knowledge of equine subjects that are important to a well-informed and proficient horseperson. The Idaho Horsemanship Award sets a high level horsemanship goal for youths and recognizes citizenship and leadership abilities.
Any youth enrolled in an organized horse program who is 14 years of age by January 1 and not more than 19 years of age during the calendar year may apply for this award. It is recommended the applicant has participated in the 4-H Horsemanship program, or other organized groups such as Scouts, breed associations, or pony clubs.
- Application #72660 | doc |
- State Horse Contest Booklet | pdf |
- Horsemanship Award Sample Test | pdf |
- Official Hippology Guide | pdf |