Scholarships

Morgan Horse Associations Nationwide, along with Morgan Shows and Clubs offer great scholarships for our Youth. Please check out the links below for opportunites across that nation!

 

Connecticut Morgan Horse Association

Eileen Hunter Youth Scholarship: This scholarship offers a one-time $500 payment to sudents who are currently enrolled ina full-time undergraduate program (any major) or an equine-specific apprenticeship program.

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Sue Brander Sport Horse Scholarship: A one time $250 payment to students and young proffessionals with financial resources to further their equine education.

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Morgan Horse Association of Oregon

Alex Mooney Scholarship: Created in Memory of Alex Mooney  with hopes to promote the values of learning, sharing, leading, volunteering and good sportsmanship inside and outside of the arena. It is an annual scholarship available to any member of the MHAO who is interested in pursuing a career in any discipline that a college degree, trade school or post-education program could enhance. $500 and one 8x10 color photo with the Morgan shot by Howie Schatzberg.

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Morgan Dressage Association

MDA Scholarship: MDA offers at least 3 $500 scholarships annually open to amatuer, professional and youth members of the MDA. One scholarship awarded to riders in each of the following catagories: Training/First Level, Second/Third Level, Fourth Level and above. At least one will be awarded to an amateur or Junior rider. Scholarships must be used to further the training and education of the applicand and their Morgan, including instruction, clinics, and educational materials.

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AMHECT

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.

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The Elberta Honstein Memorial Grant is a grant offered to all AMHA members under the age of 21 to further his or her equine education, skills, or proficiency, and/or further his or her academic education.

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The Alex Mooney Scholarship: Offered by the Grand National & World Championship Morgan Horse Show. A minimum of $5,000 will be awarded for undergraduate academic scholarships and/or professional development. 

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YAA Juding School Scholarship: Every year the Young Adult Alliance gives away up to $1500 in reimbursement for successfully completing all aspects of applying for your judges card to a qualified young Morgan enthusiast! 

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