New 4-H Emblem

Fleming County
Golden Reins 4-H Horse Club

All 4-H Horse Club Members:


Join the 4-H Horse Club Remind to stay up to date
on upcoming educational opportunities:

Text:  81010

Message:  @4hgol

Fun Challenge:

Paper Walking Horse Challenge 2020     

Educational Resources:  

Must complete 2 quizzes to equal 1 educational hour.
Must score 80% or better to receive credit.  

 Intro to the GI Tract   


Question Set    

 Colic: Part 1   


Question Set    

Intro to the Immune System: Part 1   


Question Set   

 Learning Opportunities

Virtual 4-H Horse Judging Clinic  

Horse Sense: Episode 1 - Catch, Halter, and Lead   

Horse Sense: Episode 2 - Basic Handling and Knot Tying

Horse Sense: Episode 3 - Saddles & Saddling

Horse Sense: Episode 4: Bits & Bitting (to come) 

How to set up an Arrowquip Q-86 series chute, alley, and tub   

AFS 4-H Youth Horse   

Horse Discovery Website   

AQHA Youth Workbook

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Fleming County Golden Reins 4-H Horse Club Officers photo

Golden Reins Horse Club holds the second meeting of the year on September 24, 2019. The meeting was held to elect officers and work on a design for club t-shirts.  

The following individuals were elected as officers; President Kaylee Graham, Vice President Courtney Doyle, Secretary John Graham, and Treasurer Caitlin Florence.  The second half of the meeting was coming up with a design for our t-shirts.

Submitted by,

John Graham

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If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Staci Thrasher, by e-mail: or call the Fleming Co. Extension Office at 845-4641.  Check out Fleming Co. 4-H on Facebook for activities and projects at

Remember to join 4-H by enrolling right now by filling out this

4-H Enrollment Form (Fillable form) 2020-2021

PIEF - Participant Information Enrollment Form

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