Horse Club donates video winnings to Whispers of Hope

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4-H Horse Club members (back) Mikayla Graham, Taylor Watson, Josey Cleveland, Cassie Pickett, (front) Skee Burkes, Ethan Franke, Bodee Franke, Korri Franke and Kalico Burkes stand with a check for $150 to be donated to Whispers of Hope Horse Farm. (Photo courtesy Dee Ann Littlefield)

Clay County 4-H Horse Club members recently donated $150 in prize money from the State Fair of Texas AgVocates in Agriculture to Whispers of Hope Horse Farm.

The 4-H Horse Club celebrated Nationa 4-H Week, Oct. 7-13, by writing and producing a video to show how much fun 4-H can be. The video received first place at the State Fair of Texas 2012 “Advocates in Agriculture” Video Contest.

Titled “I Wanna Be a Horse Trainer,” the music video is a parody they made up to Nickelback’s famous “Rockstar” song. The video features the horse club members having fun with their horses while performing funny stunts and singing why they want to be horse trainers.  The video and song lyrics can be viewed on YouTube under the title “I Wanna be a Horse Trainer.” Click for video

Individuals are asked to promote 4-H during National National 4-H Week by adding a link to their video to your website, Facebook page, Twitter page, or other social media outlets.

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