Youth Activities + Scholarships

Youth Activities + Scholarships

Scholarship Qualifications:
1. You must be a current member of New England Morgan Horse Association.
2. You must be actively involved with Morgan Horses.
3. You must be attending school or an apprentice program in the fall.
4. Please submit an essay showing your commitment to and passion for the Morgan Horse.
5. Please complete the application and provide two letters of reference. One which must be from a member of the New England Morgan Horse Association.
6. If selected, proof of acceptance to or attendance at a college or Apprentice Program before the scholarship money is given.
7. You may only win this award once.

Scholarship Winner will be announced and presented at the New England Morgan Horse Show during the Youth Contest Awards Banquet!

Please mail to: 

Maura Sweeney-Reeve
80 Cherry St.
Middleboro, MA 02346


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UPHA Chapter 14 2021 Scholarships Up to $7,500.00 will be awarded!

Chapter 14 of The United Professional Horsemen’s Association offers educational scholarships annually. These scholarships are open to applicants who are high school seniors or college freshmen. Applicants must be UPHA Chapter 14 Junior or Associate members or the child of an Active UPHA Chapter 14 member. UPHA Chapter 14 includes all of the New England states and New York. Applications are due by Friday April 16 th 2021. For further information or to request an application, contact Amy Champion at

USEF Higher Education Equestrian Scholarship

Lexington, Ky. – US Equestrian is pleased to announce that it has expanded the eligibility requirements for the Higher Education Equestrian Scholarship, which provides five $1,000 scholarships to graduating high school seniors committed to continuing their involvement in equestrian sport while in college.

US Equestrian is now accepting applications for the scholarship. Applicants must be active US Equestrian competing or fan members preparing to enter any college or university full-time in fall 2021. The scholarship is open to all 29 recognized breeds and disciplines.

Previously, applicants were required to be enrolled in an equine-related degree or to participate on an intercollegiate equestrian team. Now, applicants can provide other forms of evidence that they will continue their involvement in equestrian-related experiences while in college. This can be through enrollment in an equestrian-related degree or classes, participation in an intercollegiate equestrian team or club, an equestrian-related internship, job, volunteer work, or other proven commitment to continued involvement in equestrian sport.

Funds awarded by the Higher Education Equestrian Scholarship will be issued directly to the recipients’ educational institutions to be applied to tuition costs.