​Ulster County Horse Council

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2021 UCHC Scholarship Winner: Morgan Peck

Please join us in congratulating Mikayla as the we present her as the  $500.00 -  2019 Ulster County Horse Council Scholarship award winner. Mikayla is a 2019 Wallkill Central School District graduate who plans on continuing her education in the Fall at Le Moyne College. She will be studying Biology and then intends on continuing on to Veterinary Medicine School focusing on Equine and Livestock.

Mikayla has been a dedicate rider since she was 7 years old and hopes to one day own her own practice.


CONGRATULATIONS WE WISH YOU THE BEST OF LUCK IN COLLEGE !!  

Youth Scholarship Educational Grant Details Below: 
 2021 ANNUAL ULSTER COUNTY HORSE COUNCIL SCHOLARSHIP
 UCHC proudly announces the ability to offer a $500 scholarship to a current Junior or Graduating Senior Student


Requirements:
~ Must reside in Ulster County
~ Student to include a cover page that tells UCHC about yourself : Include Name, Address, School graduating from, Age, Equine or Agricultural background, School you will be attending & what your majoring in
~ A letter of recommendation from a non family member
~ Include a 500 word report on the following: "BENEFITS OF BAREFOOT vs SHOD EQUINES"
~ Due July 1, 2021
~ Email  or snail mail info to UCHC : 


Joan Delatorre
UCHC Scholarship
148 Mt. Zion Road
Marlboro, NY 12542

uchcny@gmail.com

~ Feel free to contact us with any questions via email.

~The winning essay will be announced by UCHC to Student and during Award Assembly
~A Five Hundred Dollar ($500) check will be mailed to the college/ technical school you are attending once you provide your ID # it will go directly into you account.


Thank you for your application,
UCHC

2019 UCHC Scholarship Winner: Mikayla Bonner & Freckles

Ulster County Horse Council is pleased to announce the winner of our 2021
Scholarship is Morgan Peck of Phoenicia, NY.  Morgan is 17 years old and a graduated senior of Onteora High School.   Morgan tells us that farm life
and horses are in her blood.  Horses have been in her family for generations
on both her parents sides.  She enjoys both driving and riding her horses.
Her dream is to one day have her own farm where she can host horse events,
offer boarding, provide massage therapy and more.

Morgan will be attending St. Andrews University majoring in Equine Business
Management.  UCHC congratulates Morgan and wishes her all the best in her
equine future.  "TROT ON!"