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Horse Resource Library

The Minnesota 4-H Horse Project maintains a lending library of horse-related material. This library has been established and built through funding from the Minnesota Horse Council, memorials, and donations. More than 400 books and videos are available.



Book List (PDF) Updated December 2006


Judging videos (PDF) Updated May 2011

New videos (PDF) Updated May 2011

Video list (PDF) Updated March 2009

Horse Program CD

This CD contains all of the program materials and helpful publications from other states.

Table of Contents (PDF)
Cost: $8 (includes shipping)


To order, complete the Library Request Form. (PDF)

Shipping and handling is the only cost. A deposit is required to cover shipping and potential late fees. Make deposit checks out to the Minnesota 4-H Horse Association Library. You need not be a member of 4-H to order.

Shipping & Handling  $3 per video or book
Rush  $2 per order - Priority Mail
Deposit  $60 per video, book or game
Late fee  $0.20 per day per item, to be deducted from the deposit check

The deposit must be received before items are shipped. Upon request, the balance will be refunded once the items have been returned. If not requested, we'll keep the deposit for future orders.

E-mail Jackie before you order to verify the availability of any item. If you do not, please be sure to include at least one alternate title.

Interlibrary Loan

Many of the books listed in the catalog are available at your Minnesota local library. If they are not, they use a process called Interlibrary Loan that can get you the book without giving a deposit. The state of Minnesota facilitates this process online using MnLink, is a search engine that looks at library catalogs throughout the state. Find this search engine on your local library's website or MnLINK Gateway: Basic Search.

You must have a current library card from a Minnesota library system, with no fines against it. Once you find the book you want, request it using the "get it" button, the book will be sent to your local library for you to pick up.

Search hints: An ISBN search works best. To do a title search, put it between quotation marks and search as a phrase. If the process does not work for you, your local library should be able to assist you.


Jackie Schulz, Minnesota 4-H horse librarian
16956 127th St. SE
Becker, Mn 55308

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