2020 Equine IQ Speech Topics
- What do you think is the single biggest issue that will affect the growth and success of the equine industry in the next decade, and how would you address it if you were an equine industry leader?
- Give your definition of livestock and companion animals, and explain what facets of the equine industry fit as livestock classification and what facets fit as companion animal classification.
- You’ve been hired by an extension program to lead youth agriculture programs. Discuss your strategy to increase youth participation in these programs.
Equine IQ Contest Resource List
Illustrated Dictionary of Equine Terms, New Horizons Equine Education Center, Inc., Alpine Publications, P.O. Box 7027, Loveland, CO 80537.
The Horse (2nd Edition) by Evans, Borton, Hintz, Van Vleck, W.H.Freeman and Company, 660 Market Street, San Francisco, CA 94104.
The Coloring Atlas of Horse Anatomy, by Robert Kainer and Thomas McCracken, Alpine Publications Inc., P.O. Box 7027, Loveland, CO 80537.
Horse Industry Handbook by the American Youth Horse Council, The Equine Collection-Dept. AYHC, PO Box 1539, Fort Lee, NJ, 07024-1539.
American Youth Horse Council Youth Leaders’ Manual by the American Youth Horse Council, the Equine Collection-Dept. AYHC, PO Box 1539, Fort Lee, NJ, 07024-1539.
Feeding and Care of the Horse (2nd edition) by Lon D. Lewis, paperback version from Williams and Wilkins, P.O. Box 1496, Baltimore, MD 21298-9724.
Equine Science: Basic Knowledge For Horse People of All Ages, By Jean T. Griffiths, www.horsebooksetc.com or call 1-800-952-5813 or ISBN#978-1-929164-42-4 to order from your local bookstore.
Youth and Collegiate Horse Judging Leader Guide, By Teri J. Antilley and Clay A. Cavinder, AS 1-2.210.
Youth and Collegiate Horse Judging Manual, By Teri J. Antilley and Clay A. Cavinder, AS 3-2.051.
The Texas 4-H Horsemanship Leader Guide, By Teri J. Antilley, Michael Benefield and Pete G. Gibbs.