Advancing Hispanic Excellence in Technology, Engineering Math and Science- scholarships for STEM students: 

American Association of Equine Practitioners:

American Horse Publications Student Award - $1,000 cash and an all expenses paid trip to the AHP annual meeting, is for high school seniors and undergraduate college students pursuing a career in equine publishing. Deadline mid-March:

American Quarter Horse Association scholarship programs

Association of American Veterinary Colleges Scholarship Program

Calder Race Course Scholarship Fund

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Online Financial Aid Guide:

Florida Thoroughbred Charities scholarships

Harness Tracks of America Scholarships
Hispanic Scholarship Fund:

Horse Show Ventures Foundation Scholarship:

The Joe Hirsch Scholarship-
provides full, one-year tuition to a University of Kentucky student interested in pursuing a career in Thoroughbred racing journalism. For more information, contact Beth Barnes at or at (859) 257-4275.

Kentucky Equine Education Project-
for Kentucky residents attending a Kentucky college or university and pursuing a career in the equine industry:

Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority:

Kentucky Horse Council Scholarships

Kentucky Thoroughbred Association/Kentucky Thoroughbred Owners Breeders Scholarship Days

Kentucky Thoroughbred Farm Managers Club Horse Farm Workers' Educational Assistance Fund

Kids To The Cup Edwin J. Gregson Foundation Scholarship Program

Latino College Dollars- scholarships for Latino students compiled by the Tomas Rivera Policy 

The Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund:

Migrant Network Coalition:

National FFA Organization Scholarships:

National High School Rodeo Association scholarships:

New York Thoroughbred Breeders' Scholarship Program:

North American Pari-Mutuel Regulators Association Scholarship

North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine Loans and Scholarships

Pinto Horse Assocition's Scholarship:

The Saul T. Wilson, Jr. Scholarship-
sponsored by the USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, provides qualified recipients with up to $5000 per year for undergraduate studies and up to $10,000 per year for graduate studies, for tuition, books, tutors, and laboratory fees. For more information, visit: