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College Sholarships USA - Pony Club Get College Scholarships - Six uncommon Pony Club were granted collage scholarships through The United States Pony Clubs, Inc. for extraordinary accomplishments in the scholarly world, sportsmanship, and authority through horsemanship. The beneficiaries were picked dependent on article applications by a grant board of trustees and managed by Pony Club as per the necessities for every chance.

The Pony Club Triple Crown Nutrition, Inc. Grant is supported by Triple Crown Nutrition, Inc. to compensate Pony Club individuals for magnificence in scholarly interests and remarkable accomplishments in Pony Club, who have accomplished a Pony Club accreditation higher than a C-2 and who have a general GPA of at any rate 3.0. The current year's beneficiary is Ema Klugman, An Eventing individual from Seneca Valley Pony Club from Clarksburg, MD. Klugman is right now going to Duke University and studying Public Policy and History.

The Stanley R. also, Martha C. Helbert Scholarship is granted every year to a Pony Club part seeking after a Liberal Arts degree in zones, for example, writing, music, theater, and visual expressions, who has a general GPA of in any event 2.0. Beneficiary Mckenna Miller, C-2 individual from Keeneland Pony Club from Fort Thomas, will study Digital Media and Design at the University of Kentucky.

The Pony Club Jubilee Scholarships are granted to two Pony Club individuals for perfection in scholastic interests and exceptional accomplishments in Pony Club. Candidates have accomplished a Pony Club confirmation of C-2 or higher. Beneficiary Gianna Sbarbaro, a H-B individual from Lio Lani Pony Club from Kailua, HI, is proceeding with her instruction in Business/Entrepreneurship. Beneficiary Madison Ritsch, a H-B individual from Eagle River Pony Club from Eagle, CO, will study Aerospace Engineering.

The Anson W. H. Taylor Memorial Scholarship is supported by Pony Club and the Equine Land Conservation Resource (ELCR) in memory of previous Pony Club President and ELCR originator Anson Taylor. The Scholarship is granted to a present Pony Club part who has been dynamic with and focused on endeavors for the benefit of land preservation. The current year's beneficiary is Katrina Rowe, a B Dressage individual from Seneca Valley Pony Club from Boyds, MD. Rowe will go to Middlebury College.

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