The USEA Foundation is honored to administer a number of grants and scholarships, all designed to assist event riders reach their goals. The grants provide funds to be used for coaching, training, and participating in competitions aimed at advancing the skills of both horse and rider.

Please note, not all grants require a completed application form.

Wilton Fair Fund Grants
The Wilton Fair Fund allows up to $100,000 in grants to be given each year for a variety of educational opportunities for riders 29 and under who have not yet ridden for a senior team. Selection is based on performance throughout the year and not by application. For full details click here.

Rebecca Broussard International Developing Riders Grant  
Available to riders at the CCI4* and above who have not yet ridden represented the USA in an official team competition at the CCI4* and CCI5* levels. (Preference given to riders who compete at the CCI4* level at The Event at Rebecca Farm, Kalispell, Montana.)

Application forms are required. Applications for travel grants to The Event at Rebecca Farm are available each spring and final grant applications are due November 1. Watch for announcements on the News page of this site, the USEventing.com site, and social media sites. For full details click here.

The Essex Horse Trials Grant
Available to riders 25 years-of-age and under competing at the CCI3* and/or CCI4* levels. Riders to complete online application forms by October 15. For full details click here.

Seema Sonnad Junior Riders' Grant
Available to riders 18 years-of-age under. Riders to complete and submit an online application by October 22. For full details click here.

Worth The Trust Adult Amateur Riders' Grant
Available to two amateur riders. One award is made to a Young Adult Amateur aged 22-25 and a second award is made to an Adult Amateur Rider 26 years of age and above. For full details click here.

Le Samurai Fund - Area Adult Amateur Education Grants
Awarded to each of the 10 USEA Areas. Grants available only to USEA Areas for educational activities. Area Chairs only to apply.

The Haller Scholarship for the Education of Eventing Officials
A scholarship in memory of Roger and Ann Haller is available to officials who are seeking promotion to a higher level of licensing. Officials must hold the USEF "r" license or above. Applications must be received by October 15. For full details click here.


2018 USEA FOUNDATION GRANT RECIPIENTS

Wilton Fair Grant - Savannah Fulton, Ocala, Florida

Wilton Fair Young Rider Grants - Mia Farley, San Juan Capistrano, California

and Madison Temkin, Sebastopol, California

Frankie Theriot Stutes and Chatwin.  Shannon Brinkman Photo

Frankie Theriot Stutes and Chatwin.
Shannon Brinkman Photo

Rebecca Broussard International Developing Rider's Grant Frankie Theriot Stutes, Occidental, California

Rebecca Broussard National Developing Rider's Grant
- Andrea Baxter, Paso Robles, California

Essex Horse Trials Grant - Zoe Crawford, Reddick, Florida

Seema Sonnad Junior Rider's Grant - Mckinsey Wickman, Prosper, Texas

Amy Tryon Young Rider's Grant - Abby Dubrawski, Duxbury, Massachusetts

Worth The Trust Scholarships (Young Adult Amateur and Adult Amateur) - Greta Hallgren, Fort Worth, Texas

USEA Course Designer's Grant - Marc Grandia, Sultan, Washington

Roger Haller Educational Grant for Eventing Judges - Wendy Wergeles, Los Alamos, California

The Manuel Mendivil-Yucupicio Perpetual Trophy - Ryan Wood, West Grove, Pennsylvania

Grant Recipients 2011-2017

Rebecca Broussard International Developing Riders Grant

2017 - Erin Sylvester

2016 Jennie Brannigan

2015 Tamie Smith

2014 Matthew Brown

2013 Katherine Groesbeck

2012 Jolie Wentworth

2011 Sharon White

Rebecca Broussard National Developing Riders Grant

2017 Madeline Backus

2016 Mackenna Shea

2015 Kurt Martin

2014 Jennifer McFall

2013 Ellen Doughty-Hume

2012 Tamra Smith

2011 Alexandra Knowles

Essex Grant

2017 - Caroline Martin

2016 Hallie Coon

2015 Jenny Caras

2014 Libby Head

2013 Lizzie Snow

2012 Meghan O'Donoghue

Amy Tryon Young Riders' Grant

2017 Avery Whisman, Kentucky

2016 Madison Temkin, California

2015 Madeline Backus, Colorado

Seema Sonnad Junior Riders' Grant

2017 - Ryan Keefe

2016 Mia Farley

2015 Alexandra Tett,

Worth The Trust Scholarships (Young Adult Amateur and Adult Amateur)

2017 Taylor Rieck and Allison Murphy

2016 Nita Sanfillipo and Ashley Armijo

2015 Heidi Siegmund and Lorraine Barrows

2014 Alexander Makowski and Carla Vaneffen

2013 Lucy Gordon and Erica Seas

2012 Anna Schmitt and Tracey Young

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