Strides for Equality Equestrians (SEE) is proud to announce the winners of several scholarships awarded this spring and summer.
Sabrina Sharpe of Missouri has been selected to receive the Summer 2023 Ever So Sweet scholarship to study with Sara Kozumplik at Overlook Farm in Virginia. Sharpe is the youngest ever recipient of this competitive, one-of-a-kind scholarship opportunity for equestrians of diverse backgrounds to train, learn, and build their professional networks under the guidance of an upper-level professional eventer.
Strides for Equality Equestrians (SEE) is delighted to announce that Nora Huynh-Watkins of Oregon has been selected as the Summer 2022 recipient of the Ever So Sweet Scholarship. The education and network that Huynh-Watkins will develop over two months at Sara Kozumplik's Overlook Farm will be influential as she navigates her way in the horse industry. Huynh-Watkins is the third recipient of the scholarship which covers expenses for full board and training costs for Huynh-Watkins' horse, several lessons per week, housing, a stipend to cover living expenses, competition fees, and coaching at competitions.
Strides for Equality Equestrians and the USEA Foundation are proud to announce the recipient of the Ever So Sweet Scholarship for winter 2022. The scholarship, which is the first of its kind, is fully funded by Edy Rameika and provides an opportunity for riders from diverse backgrounds to train with Sara Kozumplik-Murphy for two months in Florida. Sierra Lesny is the second recipient of the bi-annual scholarship.
Strides for Equality Equestrians and the United States Eventing Association Foundation are proud to announce the first recipient of the Ever So Sweet Scholarship. The scholarship, which is the first of its kind, provides a fully-funded opportunity for riders from diverse backgrounds to train with upper-level professionals. Helen Casteel of Maryland is the first recipient of the bi-annual scholarship.