2019 Scholarship Applications are now OPEN

Applications for our 2019 Scholarships are now OPEN. This scholarship is open to any graduating Senior that works, shows, or rides horses. GLAPHC membership is not required. Applicants do not need to own their own horse. We would like to encourage any graduating senior that has a history with horses to apply. The purpose of the scholarship is help students continue to have access to horses during their time at college. Applications are due August 1, 2019 and will be presented at the "Fun at the Fair" Horse Show August 6th and 7th, 2019.

2019 GLAPHC Scholarship Application
2019 GLAPHC Scholarship Application
GLAPHC Scholarship Application 2019.pdf
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    SCHOLARSHIP UPDATE


Dear GLAPHC members,

I am honored to be one of the recipients of your clubs Scholarships. Thanks to your generous support, I am able to attend Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado. 

I have just begun my undergraduate studies of Animal Science at CSU
and I can already tell you that I am enjoying my time here. My plans at
this stage are to complete a major in Animal Science and then hopefully
attend veterinary school. I consider myself fortunate to be able to attend
college.

My educational pursuits would not be possible without generous support
from scholarship sponsors like your organization.  Thank you for
enabling this opportunity!

Sincerely,
Grace Payne
 
 

 

2018 Scholarship Application

Congratulations to all High School Seniors graduating this year.  Here's the scholarship application.  Applications are due in my July 1, 2018.  Please email Sue Fleczok if you have any questions.  whoopteedoowest@sbcglobal.net  

 

Hanna Nandor was one of our 2017 Scholarship winners. She was awarded a $1,000 Scholarship to go towards continuing her equestrian persuits while in college.

 

Tatem Forsberg Wins First GLAPHC Scholarship

Our first ever GLAPHC Scholarship was presented to Tatem Forsberg from Piru, California. He is a graduate of Fillmore High School and has been active in High School Rodeos. He will be attending Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, majoring in Statistics and will be an active member of the Schools Rodeo Team.

 

The Greater Los Angeles Paint Horse Club would like to support those students who have been active in the horse community and assist them in continuing their equestrian activities.

 

We are looking for an cadidate that is active in the horse industry, has financial need, and expresses a desire to give back to the horse community. Candidates can be riders, grooms, working students, volunteers, involved in 4H, Pony Club, breed associations, clubs, and other horse related activites.

 

Horse ownership is not required. Preference will be given to those candidates that own or ride an American Paint Horse, but candidates that own, lease, or care for any breeds and active in any disciplines are encouraged to apply.

 

We hope to offer more than one scholarship next year in 2017.

 

Again, Congratulations to Tatem Forsberg.

 

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