At 4‑H, we believe in encouraging young people to explore their potential and be all they can be. We know that every child and teenager has valuable strengths and real influence to improve the world around us. 4-H is America’s largest youth development organization — empowering nearly six million young people across the U.S. with the skills to lead for a lifetime.
The Chelan Cabaleros Equine 4-H team is dedicated to learning every aspect of the horse from anatomy to proper nutrition to basic training and grooming.
From what to wear to proper riding gear to understanding how to communicate with and handle your horse, our 4-H team understands there's a lot to know before getting on the back of your horse.
Our 4-H team is well acquainted with proper equine dietary requirements as well as daily grooming and adequate shelter. This results in a happier and healthier horse overall.
Showing your horse starts days and weeks before an event and involves multiple steps. Obtaining sponsors, polishing tack and regular training with your horse are just a few.
Learning to compete is an important aspect of being on the 4-H equine team.Goal setting and being prepared to give your best performance builds confidence and allows our 4-H team to compete more effectively at each event.
Safety is a top priority at 4-H. Each 4-H member must understand and practice proper safety procedures for themselves and their horses.The importance of proper equine safety is paramount as a rider.
Chelan's Cabalero 4-H team actively supports community events, parades and festivals and donates their time to local charities. Being involved in your community and giving back is a key value to being in 4-H.
PO Box 1424 Chelan, WA 98816 US