Kendall County

Jr. Livestock Association

The Facility

The Center includes a 72,000+ square-ft. covered showbarn and arena, which will be rented for equestrian events or other activities.

The Kendall County 4-H Horse Club is a non-profit organization offering youth horse enthusiasts the opportunity to get involved improving the quality of life for children.

Kendall County

4-H Horse Club

   Located between Boerne and Comfort, adjacent to Joshua Springs Park and Preserve, The Kendall County Youth Agriculture & Equestrian Center is home to 4-H and FFA members who participate in agriculture and equestrian activities, competitions, and educational enterprises. As part of ag education, the venue also hosts tours and other activities for school children.

   The Center has been funded through state, county and local grants with matching funds from private donations and in-kind contributions. At more than 72,000 square feet, the Center is the largest outdoor weatherproof venue in Kendall County and is available for rent to host a variety of functions for the entire community.

Dating from 1939, Kendall County Jr. Livestock Association is one of the most successful junior livestock programs in the state.

Wild Game Dinner

November 4, 2017--Benefiting the  Youth Agriculture & Equestrian Center, the event includes savory wild game dishes, live & silent auctions and registration for door prizes.

Kendall County Youth Agriculture & Equestrian Center