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Courtney's Quest Scholarship

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About the Courtney's Quest Scholarship

International competitor Courtney King-Dye has been a friend of Dressage4Kids since its inception. She was 22 when D4K’s first activity, the first Youth Dressage Festival, was held, and therefore was too old to compete. Instead, she did wonderful educational exhibitions as well as jumping/dressage performances at the shows. In some of these she rode Idocus, the horse she rode in the World Cup in 2005 and 2007 and the reserve horse for the 2008 Olympics. Courtney was a member of the U.S. Equestrian Team at the 2008 Beijing Olympics (held in Hong Kong) on Mythilus.

As Courtney’s successes grew, she continued her involvement in D4K, as a roving trainer, an instructor in the summer clinics and the pony clinics, a speaker at the Weekend Educational Program, and starting in 2006, as an equitation and dressage judge at the Youth Dressage Festival.

Almost every young rider has dreams like Courtney had as a teenager and a few get the opportunity to train and compete internationally. D4K would like to help other talented riders follow Courtney’s quest for knowledge, for experience, and for excellence in her training and competing.

The Courtney’s Quest Scholarship is available to highly successful competitors who have participated in prior Dressage4Kids activities. The scholarship money will be awarded to assist riders in major competitions such as National Championships and international competition. Riders will be eligible until the year they turn 30.

Applications may be sent to the committee at any time during the year.

Apply for a Courtney's Quest Scholarship

Complete the application by filling in the fillable form fields below or email to Ann Pereira at Annper1@aol.com.  All form fields are required.  Incomplete forms will not be processed.

Courtney's Quest Scholarship Application Form
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Courtney's Quest Scholarship Awards to Date

2015 - Catherine Chamberlain to train in Germany

2015 - Amanda Katsman to compete in the Maccabi Games

2015 - Mica Mabragana to compete in the Pan Am Games

2015 - Ayden Uhlir to train in Germany

2015 - Genay Vaughn to train in Germany

2014 – Sydney Collier to compete in Para-dressage at the World Equestrian Games in France

2012 – Elizabeth Austin to train with Carl Hester in England

2011 – Isabelle Leibler to ride in the Young Rider World Cup in Germany

2010 – Meagan Davis to ride in the Young Rider World Cup in Germany

2008 – Laura Noyes to ride in the Young Rider World Cup in Germany

2007 – Mica Mabragaña to ride in the Young Rider World Cup in Germany

2006 – Elizabeth Austin to train with Klaus Balkenhol and compete in Germany

2006 – Laura Noyes to ride in the Young Rider World Cup in Germany

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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