from the Harness Horse Youth Foundation
Westfield, IN — The Harness Horse Youth Foundation scholarship applications are due on or before April 30, 2007 and may be downloaded at www.hhyf.org.
Listed are the scholarships administered by HHYF and the general criteria for each.
Curt Greene Memorial Scholarship — Applicants must be students who have demonstrated a passion for harness racing and have financial need. Applicant may or may not be pursuing a career in the harness racing industry. Applicant must be at least a high school senior.
Gallo Blue Chip Scholarship — Applicant must be child of harness horse trainer or caretaker licensed in New York and/or New Jersey in the year of application. Applicant must also have been raised and/or reside in the two-state region. Applicant must be at least a senior in high school. Students pursuing graduate degrees are not eligible.
Charles Bradley Memorial Scholarship –- Applicants must be students who are children or relatives of racing officials who were members of the North American Judges & Stewards Association and/or licensed USTA pari-mutuel officials in the following categories: presiding judges, associate judges, paddock judges, and starters. Applicants must be at least seniors in high school.
Vincent Abate Memorial Scholarship –- Applicants must be sons and daughters of employees of The Meadowlands and/or Freehold Raceway.
Established in 1976, the Harness Horse Youth Foundation addresses youth education throughout the United States and Canada. A charitable organization, the HHYF continues to expand and improve its programs. For more information about the HHYF, please call the HHYF office at (317) 867-5877 or visit www.hhyf.org.