Resources by Sandy Arnold
|General Horse Information Agents Need To Know||Apr 20, 2020||4H-308 (4H-887NP)|
|Virginia 4-H State Horse Program||
An educational organization for youth, ages 5-19, for those who love horses. Horse ownership not required!
|Mar 2, 2016||4H-570NP|
|Horseless Horse Project Unit 3||Jan 13, 2022||406-093|
|Horseless Horse Project Unit 4||Jan 13, 2022||406-094|
|Progressive Riding Series Unit 2 - Novice||Jan 13, 2022||406-097|
|Progressive Riding Series Unit 3 - Horseman||Jan 13, 2022||406-098|
|Progressive Riding Series Unit 4 - Horsemaster||Jan 10, 2022||406-099|
|Horseless Horse Project Unit 2 - Horses Are Fun||
Horseless Horse Project Unit 2 - Horses are Fun is the second of four workbooks in this series of the Horseless Horse Project.
|Nov 20, 2020||406-105 (4H-931NP)|
|Horseless Horse Project Unit 1 - Introduction to the Horse||Jan 13, 2022||406-120|
|4-H Project Horse Eligibility/Declaration||Mar 11, 2016||406-125 (4H-583NP)|
|Fall Panicum Toxicity In Horses||
Fall Panicum is a common annual warm season grass that can be hepatotoxic (cause liver disease) in horses under certain growing conditions. Toxicity in horses was documented in Virginia in 2004 when fourteen horses were diagnosed with liver disease as a result of consuming Fall Panicum hay. Currently, there have been several cases of suspected toxicity in horses grazing Fall Panicum in Northern Virginia pastures since late summer 2015. The trigger that causes toxicity and the amount of grass required to cause illness are not well understood, thus proper identification and treatment are essential for recovery.
|Oct 14, 2020||APSC-116NP|
|4-H Horse Program Key Dates Agents Need to Know||Jun 27, 2016||APSC-128NP|