General Scholarship Information
The Foundation annually awards more than 50 academic scholarships in the amount of $1,000 each to Paint Horse youth. Some scholarships have applicant restrictions with regard to state or area residency. For academic scholarship consideration, students must be a member of the AjPHA or APHA, must pass a college entrance examination, provide three letters of reference and submit an essay explaining their educational plans. To apply for a academic scholarship, the application and letters of reference must be post marked by March 1 prior to the academic year.
|Ashley Huntington Memorial||Floyd & Maryanne Moore (2 available)||Nebraska Paint Horse Club|
|Arizona Paint Horse Club||Garnier Family Endowment||Nevada Paint Horse Club|
|Ark La Tex Paint Horse Club||Hoch Endowment||Paul White Memorial|
|Bill & Joye Bryan||Idaho Paint Horse Club||Robert & Mary Parrott|
|Bill and Rachael Yoesel Memorial||Illinois Paint horse Club (2 available)||Robert Haas|
|California Paint Racing||Joan Cook Memorial||Southwest Washington Paint Horse Club|
|Central California Paint Horse Club||Keith Lamoine Memorial||Utah Paint Horse Club (3 available)|
|Cross Timbers Paint Horse Club (2 available)||Lee Newsome||Washington State Paint Horse Club|
|Doc & Butch Wonderlich||Lynn Simons Memorial (2 available)||Zone One Scholarships (3 available)|
|Dr. Bill Jackson (2 available)||Matt Diamond Memorial||Zone Two Scholarship|
|Duane Pettibone Memorial||Mickea Smith Honorarium||Zone Three Scholarships (4 available)|
|Shelia Plimpton Memorial||Bob & Theda Bartholomew||Bud & Bev Shoemaker|
|Lynn Titlow Memorial||Williamson/Brashears||Rocky Mountain PHA YDF|
|Gulf Coast PHC||Jason Sheriff Memorial||Washington State PHC|
|Michael Ochetto, Jr Memorial|
Therapeutic Riding Instructor Certification Scholarships
The APHF and the Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International (PATH Intl.) have forged an innovative partnership to scholarship assistance to potential instructors of therapeutic riding. While open to anyone with skills in equine management, horsemanship, instruction, teaching methods and disabilities, preference for scholarships will be awarded to medical professionals.
Two $800 scholarships can be awarded annually by the American Paint Horse Foundation, whose primary mission centers on heritage and education. Applications are due March 1 each calendar year. In addition to these two scholarships, APHF will also give consideration to Wounded Warriors who wish to pursue becoming a certified riding instructor.
All applicants must be APHA members and PATH Intl. members in good standing. Additionally, candidates must meet the PATH Intl. criteria to become a Registered Level Instructor In Training and have completed at least 10 hours volunteering at a PATH Intl. Premier Accredited Center.