Originally Published: October 29, 2003 6:10 p.m.
PRESCOTT—When members of Boy Scout Troop 6 wanted to earn their Horsemanship Merit Badge, many had childlike visions of long rides atop a galloping steed. However, they were soon to discover the hours of work involved before and after that ride.
"We strive to give the boys a top-notch program, not just Boy Scout training, but education from the best instructors available in our community," said Burt Howell, Troop 6 leader. "That's why we went to the Prescott Rough Riders 4-H Horse Club to teach our horsemanship clinic."