4-H Horse Crazies Club

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Riley Kemna and Oscar clear the poles in a jump on the obstacle course in the gymnastic line. A number of young area girls spend much of their summer days at Wild Horse Creek Ranch where they learn to ride a number of different horses and styles as well as learn to care for the animals and fellow riders.

Julie Smith/News Tribune Riley Kemna and Oscar clear the poles in a jump on the obstacle course in the gymnastic line. A number of young area girls spend much of their summer days at Wild Horse Creek Ranch where they learn to ride a number of different horses and styles as well as learn to care for the animals and fellow riders. Photo by Julie Smith.

Horse Crazy 4-H Club

Contact: Anne Thill, 573-694-9690

Location: Wild Horse Creek Ranch, Russellville

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Julie Smith/News Tribune Riley Kemna and Oscar clear the poles in a jump on the obstacle course in the gymnastic line. A number of young area girls spend much of their summer days at Wild Horse Creek Ranch where they learn to ride a number of different horses and styles as well as learn to care for the animals and fellow riders.

Description: Hands-on, single-project club — only horses, all the time

Meetings: Saturdays, other opportunities include after-school riding lessons, summer camps and rides on school holidays

Activities: Junior and senior-level show teams

Community service: Therapeutic riding scholarship, pony rides for sheltered workshop and other organizations

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