Horse Program Committee
Macomb County 4-H Horse Program Committee
The Macomb County Horse Program Committee is made up of members, leaders and parents who are involved in the horse program. There is a youth and adult executive board, with youth taking the lead at meetings and for activities. All are welcome to attend meetings.
2021-2022 Committee Officers
Adult President: Lee Sienicki
Adult Vice-President: Amanda Sienicki • Treasurer: Liz Barone
Adult Secretary: Michelle Short • Point Secretary: Wayne Reeves
Committee Meeting Dates and Minutes
Meetings are held at Wolcott Mill Camp Rotary, 6:30pm.
- February 28th, 2022
- March 28th, 2022
- April 25th, 2022
- May 23rd, 2022
Guidelines and Resources
- 2022 Macomb County 4-H Horse Program Rules and Regulations
- 2019 Michigan 4-H Miniature Horse Rule Book
- American Miniature Horse Registry Rule Book
- Clothing Policy
Add Book Fundraiser
- 2022 Ad Book
- 2022 Ad Book Information Packet - Club Members
- 2022 Ad Book Information Packet - Leaders
- 2022 Ad Book Leader Letter
- 2022 Ad Book Club Tally
- 2022 Ad Book Receipt
MSUE Equine Education Spring Program
Various locations around the state ~ April each year. Please check with the office or through the website for dates.
Get ready for spring with this three presentation series on equine management and care!
State 4-H Horse Show: Members have an opportunity to participate in the state show in the light horse program by earning points during the county point shows. Please check back at a later date for information regarding this year's State 4-H Horse Show.
Ray's Riding Rascals' 4-H Club Annual Tack Sale: Come support Ray's Riding Rascals 4-H Club's annual tack sale fundraiser. It's held annually the first Saturday in March!
County Point Shows: The Macomb County 4-H Horse Program Committee hosts three point shows for saddle or light horses, one a double judge show in the spring, and three mini/draft shows. All shows are held at Camp Rotary, part of Wolcott Mill Metro Park, located on 29 Mile Road, east of Romeo Plank
Macomb County 4-H Horse Show Dates:
- April 30th, 10:00 am, 2022 (Grounds Clean up at Camp Rotary)
- May 28th, 2022 Lights
- June 4th, 2022 Mini/Draft
- June 11th, 2022 Lights
- June 18th, 2022 Lights
- June 25th, 2022 Mini/Draft
- July 9th 2022 Mini/Draft
Macomb County 4-H Horse Show Forms and Patterns 2022
- Macomb County Show Registration Form 2022
- Western Dressage Basic Level Test 2
- Walk-Trot-Canter Trail Pattern
- Walk-Trot Trail Pattern
- Draft Ground Driving Obstacle Pattern
- Draft in Hand Trail Pattern
- Mini Draft Show Bills
- Mini Jumping Pattern
- Mini Obstacle Driving Pattern
- Mini Trail Pattern
- Mini Versatility Pattern
- Light Horse Show Bill
- English Dressage Training Test Level 2
- Horse Pattern Reigning Number 2
- Saddle Seat Pattern 2
- Horse Equitation Over Fences Number 1
- Armada Fair Ring 1 Pattern
- Armada Fair Ring 2 Pattern
Horse Award Forms
Bill Collins Award Forms: The Bill Collins Outstanding Horsemanship Award is given to a 4-H horse project member. It is awarded yearly and is based on the nominee’s overall involvement in 4-H and the 4-H Horse Program. A 4-H member to be considered for this award should be nominated by a 4-H leader. A summary of the nominee’s activities should include both the degree of involvement in and results of participation as a member of 4-H and the 4-H Horse Program. Forms are due the 2nd Monday in October.
Jane Sylvester Award Forms: Each Club registered in the Macomb County Horse & Pony Project may nominate up to 3 individuals for this award. Nominees may be any 4-H member or adult volunteer in the Macomb County 4-H Horse Project. Of the 3 individuals, only one may be a member of the club making the nomination. A single page letter of support (form attached) must accompany each nomination. Forms are due the 2nd Monday in October.
Knapp Memorial 4-H Horse Leadership Award: An annual award to recognize an adult offering outstanding leadership to young people within the Michigan Horse Program. This top leader introduces newcomers to 4-H and the horse industry, mentors young horsemen, and promotes 4-H and the horse industry within the local community. Nominations are due to the Equine specialist by July 1.