About the Buena Vista Mavericks Club

Buena Vista Mavericks 4-H  is a Maricopa County 4-H Horse Project club founded in 2005 was originally established by two horse-loving moms to serve the needs of the children in their equestrian community, the club has grown to over 25 members from the neighborhood and surrounding areas. The club has expanded as a community club, offering projects such as Entrepreneurship (Biz Kid$), Food and Nutrition (Cooking), and Dog Project.  Members may take on individually driving projects such as crafts, art and poultry etc.  We are a 501c3 organization, operating under the guidelines of the Maricopa County Extension Office administered by the University of Arizona College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. The club is currently at capacity of its membership. 4-H is and equal opportunity organization.  If you wish to be put on a waiting list, email us through the "Contact Us" tab.  More information about 4-H and our club can be found by clicking on the links to the left.


Contact Andrea Cottrell - Primary Leader @ loki_bali@yahoo.com for more information.

What It's All About...

"It's the bond between you and your horse. It's not yelling across the court to another person.

It's the slightest movement of your leg. It's spending time at the stable washing your horse and almost getting as wet as the horse. It's the long hours you spend preparing for a show. And you can't just quit this sport and go on to the next one. It's because of that special bond you have between you and your horse, even through falling off.

 It's all of that that makes it the best sport in the world."

- Julie Werkhoven, Mavericks' Member

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