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AMHECT Establishes Harry Sebring Memorial Grant






The American Morgan Horse Educational Charitable Trust is pleased to announce the establishment of the Harry Sebring Memorial Grant. Harry was a renowned Morgan horse trainer and the grant was created by his family in his memory, since he always wanted to see young adults excel personally and professionally in the show ring. 

The grant is offered to young adults (under age 40) who are AMHA members and would like to further his or her equine education, skills, or proficiency and/or to provide equine-related experiences and education that will further the recipient's business endeavors. The application must be accompanied by a full proposal of the idea, budget details, and proof of any materials that will be used to promote the event and/or program. 

AMHECT will award up to a total of $5,000 each year and will consider grants of all sizes. Checks may not be made payable to the individual, but to the clinician, institution, or business providing the services. 

The grant application period opens Friday, January 1, 2016 and closes at 5 p.m. on Thursday, March 31, 2016. 

Inquiries about grant applications or the grant process are handled only by emailing execdir@morganhorse.com with any questions or comments. 

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