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AHHS & AHS Programs available to youth


The American Hackney Horse Society Foundation and American Hackney Society would like to remind Hackney enthusiast of all the programs that are available to youth participating in the showing of Hackneys. Our current projects are:

1. The Road Pony Tuition Scholarship:

Awarded annually for children to attend the Shamrock Pony Camp based on an essay contest. Covers all but transportation.

2. Alvin Haugen Memorial Educational Scholarship:

Awarded annually to an incoming college freshman based on Hackney involvement, community services scholastic ability and financial need.

3. The AHHSF Youth Medallion Educational Scholarship:

Youth Medallion National Champions receive an educational scholarship to an accredited college or university of their choice upon winning their respective divisions at their national finals.

Our common goal is providing a safe equestrian activity for our youth and education on good sportsmanship combined with proper horsemanship. The AHHS Foundation is a [ 501 {c} 3 ] nonprofit corporation which means all donations are tax deductible. Anyone wishing further information can contact FoundationTreasurer, Linda Allen, at 502-955-1316 or Youth Medallion committee Chair, Jane Keil D.V.M. at 309-245-4433.

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