Two Hearts North 4-H empowers youth to reach their full potential, working and learning in partnership with caring adults.   Our 4H 100mission is to develop an appreciation of horseback riding as a healthy and wholesome form of recreation, to promote a greater love for animals and a humane attitude towards them, to develop leadership, initiative, self reliance, sportsmanship, and other desirable traits of character.    Different from other programs,  Two Hearts North does not require participants to own their own animal.  We also offer scholarships to provide equal opportunity for all Wood River Valley youth.

4H 235Two Hearts North serves kids from 5 – 18 in several groups:

  • Cloverbuds – ages 5-7
  • Junior 1 – ages 8-9
  • Junior 2  – ages 10-11
  • Intermediate – ages 12-14
  • Seniors – ages 15 – 18

3 Responses to

  1. Gayle Marie

    I am looking for a loving home for my 13-year-old registered Morgan mare. I have owned her since she was 6 and she and I have been great trail-riding buddies. However, I find that I have too little time for riding these days, and I am nearly 64! I suspect she might be happier with someone with more time and energy than I have. It is with a heavy heart that I write this, but if you know of someone out there, ready to fall in love with a beautiful black mare who has the heart of a golden retriever, please have them contact me. Thanks!
    Gayle Marie
    gaylemarie9@gmail.com

  2. Karis Kemp

    I would love some information about how to get my kids involved in 4-H. I have a 6 and 8 year old.

  3. Linda Martin/ Katie Markthaler

    Hi Amy ~

    Katie asked that I sign her up online and I can not find anywhere to do so.

    Can you email me and let me know how I can get this done?

    Thank you!

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