2021-2022 Sr. Officers

President: Anna Beth Muck

Vice President: Elizabeth McFarland

Treasurer: Sophie Aguado

Recording Secretary: Corrie Smith

Social Secretary:  OPEN

Reporter: Madeline McFarland

Council Delegate: Lily Valentine

2021-2022 Jr. Officers

Mary-Anna McFarland

Amber Asher

Sydney Curry

Wyatt Rew

Taylor Gessley

2021 Scholarship Recipients
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Scholarship recipient Sydney Reed, Horse Club President Andra Wisian, and scholarship recipient Caitlyn Upham. Congratulations!
Club Leadership
Round-Table Directors

Dan Still, Acting President

Kristin Jay, Secretary

Russell Garza, Treasurer

Directors:  Morgen Bernhard, Bruce Maldonado, Russ Farell, Andi Weekley, Jennifer Smith, Ed Goulet, Mark Weekley, Clarissa Cortinas
Horse Club History

Formed in 1978, the Kendall County 4-H Horse Club is chartered under Texas 4-H and is a 501 (c ) 3 non-profit organization registered with the Texas Secretary of State.  The 4-H Horse Club membership is composed of eligible youth and the Club is managed by adult volunteers comprising a board of directors elected by the membership.

Until recently, the Club’s home was the 4-H Horse Club Arena located at Herff Park on land provided by the Kendall County Fair Association.  The Club’s new home is at the Kendall County Youth Agriculture & Equestrian Center on land leased for 99 years from Kendall County.  The Center is a joint venture among the 4-H Horse Club, Kendall County Jr. Livestock Association, and Kendall County.  Funding for the facility has been provided by the County, a Texas Parks & Wildlife outdoor recreation grant, private donations, volunteer services, and in-kind contributions from individuals and business.

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Miss Rodeo Texas and 4-H Horse Club alumna, Jordan Maldonado, stopped by to say hi at the Kendall County Fair parade!
(L-R) Bri Garza, Sydney Reed, Layla Weeks, Kyra Still, Samantha Cortinas, Cameron Braddock

2019 Fair Parade Main Street, Boerne, Texas