The Harry Sebring Memorial Grant
The Harry Sebring Memorial Grant is offered to all AMHA members under the age of 40 who would like to further his or her equine education, skills, or proficiency and/or provide equine-related experiences and education that will further the grant recipient’s business endeavors.
Harry Sebring was a renowned Morgan horse trainer and the grant was created by his family in his memory, since he always wanted to see young adults excel personally and professionally in the show ring.
Applications must be accompanied by a complete proposal answering ALL questions listed on the application form including an itemized budget of the program/event. Grant awards (checks) may not be made payable to the individual, but to the clinician, institution, or business providing the services.
Inquiries about grant applications or the grant process are handled by email only. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or comments.
The application is available by clicking below:
Deadline to apply is November 30, 2023 (5 p.m. Eastern).
This grant is funded by generous donations from our members and friends. To donate, mail your check (payable to AMHECT) to the AMHA Office or click HERE.
Recent Recipients of the Harry Sebring Memorial Grant
2024 Tucker Murdough from Essex Junction, VT to complete his farrier schooling at the Oklahoma Horseshoeing School.
2023 Emilia Saint Loup from Midlothian, TX to further her equine knowledge with courses in proper saddle fitting and advanced hoof care/trimming.
2023 Alyssa Rose Rogers from Columbia Station, OH to assist her in attending the 2023 UPHA Convention with the goal of expanding her knowledge of our organizations, the Morgan horse, and the equine industry.
2022 Madison Sanderson of Raleigh, NC will be pursuing a Masters Degee in Animal Sciences at North Carolina State University in preparation for veterinary school.
2021 Elizabeth Czok of North Clarendon, VT will be obtaining certification from Equissage Massage Therapy.
2020 Caleb Noble of Rowley, MA will complete his farrier schooling at The Casey and Son Horseshoeing School.
2020 Clea Cloutier of Derry, NH will participate in the Form to Function Clinic to advance her riding and training experience.
2019 Kate Rawlinson of Lincoln, NE will further her veterinarian schooling by completing an Externship at Hagyard's.
2019 Holly Scribner of Lyman, ME will be obtaining certification as a Therapeutic Riding Instructor.
2019 Jordan Cusumano of Howell, MI will be obtaining EAGALA Certification.
2018 Calliope Welsh of Guthrie, OK will be participating in Morgan Safenet's Youth Trainer's Alliance.
2018 Katie Wexler of Ovella, TX will be participating in Morgan Safenet's Youth Trainer's Alliance.
2018 Chloe Saint Loup of Midlothian, TX will be participating in Morgan Safenet's Youth Trainer's Alliance.
2018 Emilia Saint Loup of Midlothian, TX will be participating in Morgan Safenet's Youth Trainer's Alliance.
2017 Valerie Pierzina of Trempealau, WI will continue training to become an Equinie Message Therapy Instructor.
2017 Kelsey Ramsey of San Martin, CA will be organizing an educational and promotional clinic to expand teaching skills.