Bailey Stephens, Eden, Idaho, who will be attending Boise State University, Ainsley Treesh, Eagle, Idaho, who will be attending Oklahoma State University, Megan E. Kloepfer, Twin Falls, Idaho, who will be attending Utah State University, and alternate, Emma M. Sanford, Caldwell, Idaho, who will be attending Treasure Valley Community College!
On behalf of the Idaho Horse Council Board of Directors and Members, please accept our genuine congratulations for being selected as recipients of the Idaho Horse Council’s 2021-2022 Scholarship! Your educational accomplishments and focus on goal completion is most impressive!
A $1,500 scholarship will be paid directly to the college or university that you are attending, and must be used before the end of 2021 school year. Should you choose not to attend college, your scholarship will be awarded to the alternate.
Please have a letter sent to the Idaho Horse Council from the university or college verifying you are enrolled for the 2021/2022 term, and include the office and address where the funds are to be submitted. Once this letter is received by the Idaho Horse Council, a payment will be made to the school comptroller, registrar, or the business office. You may want to follow up early in the fall to see that the information was sent so the funds are promptly forwarded to your school.
Again, the Idaho Horse Council offers congratulations and best wishes on all your future educational pursuits!
Idaho Horse Council received the following Scholarship applications for the 2021/2022 school year
Claire M. Fletcher
Kayleigh R. Kearsley
Juliana J. Cavalini
MadeLynn E. Anderson
Alea A Stahl
Angel F. Gutierrez
Daisy C. Contreras
Megan E. Kloepfer
Emma M. Sanford
Wyatt C. Skovgard
The Idaho Horse Council, is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization, composed of organizations across the state involved in the equine industry with a goal to support Idaho youth activities. Since 1999, the IHC has awarded three scholarships per year for graduates of Idaho High Schools.
Funding for these Scholarships comes from both individual donations and the Historic Horse Racing para-mutual fund.
The Idaho Horse Council, A Non-Profit Association, Is Composed Of Organizations Across The State Involved In The Equine Industry. In 1999, The Council's Board Of Directors Voted To Fund Up To Three Scholarships Annually. Scholarships Are Being Offered For The Current School Year For Graduates Of Idaho High Schools. The Ihc Reserves The Right To Vary The Number Of Scholarships Awarded Based On The Entries As Scored By The Judges, And Funds Available. Scholarship Applications Must Be Received At The Idaho Horse Council Office By April 5, 2021.