MSU Online Horse Judging
Coaches and adult leaders can utilize this site as it contains numerous four-horse classes of Halter, Western Pleasure, Hunter Under Saddle, Western Horsemanship, Hunt Seat Equitation, Trail, Ranch Riding, Western Riding, Tie-down roping and more with new classes added each month. Each class also has a video set of reasons or a voice over critique from members of the Mississippi State University Collegiate Judging Team. Additionally, quick tips and tutorials will be added routinely concerning “how to mark a score card” and “what are penalties and when should they be applied?”
Cost: There are three options to access all the classes and additional content:
- Month to month ($18/month), or
- Yearly membership ($180/year).
- Mississippi resident discount (Contact Clay Cavinder email@example.com)
ELLISVILLE, Miss. -- Mississippi State University representatives met with agricultural clients in Ellisville recently to discuss research and education needs for 2018. More than 115 individuals attended this year's event.
Agricultural clients met with Mississippi State University personnel to discuss research and education needs during the annual Producer Advisory Council Meeting for the southwest region February 20.
STARKVILLE, Miss. -- Eleven registered American Quarter Horses from the Mississippi State University equine unit in the Department of Animal and Dairy Sciences will be available for online purchase this weekend.
The auction begins at 8 a.m. Nov. 24 and concludes at 8 p.m. Nov. 26. Descriptions, images and registration papers for each horse may be viewed online at https://auction.msucares.com/.
STARKVILLE, Miss. -- A long-time volunteer with the Mississippi 4-H program is the American Youth Horse Council Adult Leader of the Year.
Tom McBeath of Union, Mississippi, received the honor at the recent American Youth Horse Council symposium in Wakefield, Massachusetts. He has spent nearly four decades working with youth to establish strong foundations for successful experiences with horses.
HOUSTON, Miss. -- Chickasaw County residents are feeling the ripple effect of renovating a dilapidated agri-center three years ago.
"Horse events can have a tremendous economic impact on a community," said Angie Abrams, Chickasaw County 4-H agent with the Mississippi State University Extension Service. "The agri-center renovation didn't just benefit a handful of people with horses. It has helped local businesses, youth development and other groups needing a large covered space for specific activities."