In a horse bowl competition, a series of questions are asked to teams of four players. The first team to “buzz-in” with the correct answer receives a point and the team with the most points wins the round. Teams participate in local educational workshops to prepare and compete against teams from across the Northeast region of North Carolina. Teams that perform well enough on the district level, go on to compete for the state title.
Horse Bowl is an enjoyable educational experiences and offer an opportunity for youths, interested in horses, to study and obtain a more thorough knowledge of horses and related subject matter. Staff and volunteers of NC Cooperative Extension in Currituck County work with youth to prepare for these educational contests.
For more information or accommodations for persons with disabilities please contact Tom Harrell at 252-232-2262 or email firstname.lastname@example.org no later than five business days before the meeting.
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