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AHHSF To Offer Scholarship

Posted march 7, 2002
The American Hackney Horse Society Foundation will offer one scholarship to the 2002 Shamrock Farm Road Pony Camp in Smithfield, Ky., located outside Louisville, Ky. Each child under the age of 18 wishing to be considered for this scholarship should submit an essay entitled “Why I Want to Learn More About the Hackney” and a brief biographical sketch to the AHHSF no later than Apri 15, 2002. The scholarship will cover all camp fees, food and lodging. The selected winner will only be responsible for travel expenses to and from the camp.

Campers will get hands-on experience driving and riding Hackneys while learning their care, grooming techniques, and general equine knowledge. The week includes picnics, swimming, and field trips culminating with an on-site show to demonstrate their acquired skills.

Essays should be sent to the American Hackney Horse Society Foundation, P.O. Box 11332, Lexington, Ky., 40575-1332 no later than April 15, 2002. For additional information on the essay contest/scholarship contact: Anna Marie Knipp at (636)326-4622 or for camp information and details contact Julianne Wilson at (502)845-5605 or (502)845-2174.

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