Montgomery County 4-H Horse Clubs
There are currently three active 4-H Horse Clubs in Montgomery County promoting knowledge of horsemanship and responsible, ethical equine use, care, and management. Youth who participate in 4-H Horse programs develop skills that include leadership, responsibility, sportsmanship, teamwork, community service, a positive attitude, and a sense of self worth.
All 4 of the Montgomery Co. Horse Clubs meet monthly at our 4-H Center with additional activities and meetings held at the leader's discretion. Please contact our office at 610-489-4315 for leader contact information and our office staff will put you in touch with the club leader. The club leader will let you know when the next meeting is being held and give you more detailed information on club activities and events. When you attend the meeting and make the decision to join the club, the club leader will have all the necessary information for you to join 4-H.
The Montgomery County 4-H Horse Clubs are:
- Bits & Pieces Horse Club
- Central Horse & Pony Club
- Timber Talk Trotters Horse Club
Montgomery County also has a model horse club - The Tiny Trotters.
This club specializes in activities and projects with model horses - there are even model horse shows!