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Apply now for the Joe Crawford Harrod Memorial Grant




Applications for the Joe Crawford Harrod Memorial Grant are now being and will be accepted until June 30, 2019. Please complete and email your application to sueharrod90@gmail.com before the June 30 deadline.
 
The Joe Crawford Harrod Memorial Grant has been established to support active youth members of the American Hackney Horse Society, aged 18-26, with a desire to strengthen their horsemanship skills. Funds may be used for education, participation in a horse show or any show horse industry program. The grant will be awarded annually, and will be awarded in an amount up to $2,500, depending upon need.
 
Requirements:
-The Youth must be an active member of the American Hackney Horse Society
- The Youth may be an amateur or professional
- The Youth must participate in the show horse industry
- The grant will be open to Hackney, Saddlebred, Morgan, and Roadster Youth with preference being given to those who participate in the show horse industry with Hackneys.
 
The intention of the grant is to recognize and support an individual who portrays the characteristics and traits that Joe Crawford Harrod strived for and pursued. 
 
The applicant must demonstrate:
- Excellent Sportsmanship
- Value of Camaraderie & Friendship
- Value of Teamwork & Confidence Building
- Care and Compassion for Ponies/Horses
 
To apply for the Grant, the applicant must submit a written essay and/or a 2-3 minute video outlining:
- The program, school, internship, work-study, or other show horse activity for which the applicant will use the Grant Funds
- The purpose for applying for the Grant Funds
- The goals the applicant will achieve by the use of the Grant Funds
- The amount the applicant is requesting. (up to $2,500)
 
The applicant will also be required to submit at least two recommendations from other active participants in the show horse industry.
 
Contributions:  If you would like to contribute to the Joe Crawford Harrod Memorial Grant Fund with a gift of any size, you may donate online by clicking the link below or via check to the American Hackney Horse Society Foundation. Your contribution is fully tax-deductible.

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