On Sunday, May 16th, Long Valley 4-H Club will host a horse playday for all of Placer County 4-H members. Bring your horses and/or mini horses and be prepared to have a blast with your 4-H friends and their horses. From walk trot and loping classes to egg and spoon to pole bending and costume contests, there will be contest after contest that will make you smile and laugh all day long.
Who came up with the idea of doing the playday this year? I was talking with my 4-H horse leader Jackie Rhoades last Fall and we were disappointed that so many events were getting canceled due to Covid-19. At the same time, I wanted to earn my Emerald Star. So, we decided that it would be great if I proposed horse playdays for late Spring banking on Covid-19 being under better control by then. I proposed the project to the 4-H office and it was approved tentatively last Fall. We continued to work with Loomis Basin Horsemen's Association to reserve the arena and it all came together perfectly.
Date: Sunday, May 16, 2021
Time: The event begins at 10:00 am, Registration begins at 9:45 am. Must be pre-registered by April 30th to attend.
Where: Loomis Basin Horsemen's Arena
Cost: $20.00 per family
What to wear: Jeans or 4-H whites, boots, and a helmet
What to bring: horse, tack, water bucket, and water bottle food for horse and you, completed 4-H medical form, and money for the entry fee.
At this time, the maximum number of people who can attend:100 people or 25% of capacity. Registration will be closed at that point.
Pre-register here by April 30th:
If you have any questions, please contact Marie Johnson at email@example.com.
We look forward to seeing you there!