Horsemanship Merit Badge Helps and Documents

By doing the requirements for the Horsemanship merit badge, Scouts learn to safely enjoy riding a horse. They find out about the care and anatomy of horses. They show that they can groom a horse and care for the saddle and bridle. Scouts demonstrate their knowledge by riding a horse and using a variety of skills.

Get the Horsemanship Merit Badge pamphlet

Printable helps for requirements:

Printable requirements for Horsemanship Merit Badge

Printable checkoff sheet for Horsemanship Merit Badge

Printable note sheet for Horsemanship Merit Badge

Printable checkoff sheet for all Scouts BSA merit badges

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National Outdoor Badges – Riding

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50 Miler Award

The 50 Miler award recognizes young men and women in Scouts BSA and Venturing who hike, paddle, or ride a total of 50 miles over at least 5 consecutive days. The trek must be completed without using motors. Riding can be cycling or horseback riding. To earn the award, members of your unit must plan and participate in a service project.

Ranger Award Equestrian Elective: Helps and Documents

Venturers working on the Ranger Award Equestrian elective learn how to prepare for a safe and enjoyable adventure on horseback. They learn how to control a horse while riding and care for equipment. They also teach others about horsemanship.

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