Opportunities for the Youth Members

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AMHR/ASPC offers many awards for the entire youth of the registry. You can find out more about the opportunities available to the youth at their Facebook page or on the ASPC/AMHR


Scholarships

Possible three scholarships to be awarded each year - one ASPC, one AMHR and one ASPR scholarship. Applications must be made by a current member or past youth member with a current adult membership (must by in Jr. High/Middle School or older and not exceed 21 years of age).



AMHR Youth Horse of the Year

Created to recognize the miniature horse that is the most competitive in both youth halter and performance classes and the youth member who consistently shows that horse.



Daniel Langfeld, Jr., Award

This award was started by Daniel Langfeld, Jr., of Danby Farm to recognize youth showing the most involvement - whether in the show ring or by promoting Shetlands and/or Miniatures.



Audrey Barrett Classic Shetland Youth Award

This award was started by the late Audrey Barrett, of Arenosa Pony Farm. Youth must show a registered Classic Shetland Pony at officially rated shows to qualify. There are 16 possible awards presented each year - one in each of two age groups in each of teh eight areas.



ASPC Classic/Foundation Youth Pony of the Year

Created to recognize the Classic/Foundation Pony that is the most competitive in both youth halter and performance classes and the youth member who consistently shows that horse.



Modern Youth Pony of the Year

Created to recognize the Modern Youth Pony that is the most competitive in both youth halter and performance classes and the youth member who consistently shows that horse.



ASPR Youth Pony of the Year

Created to recognize the youth ASPR member who is the most competitive in the American Show Pony Youth Classes.



AMHR Youth COOL Showman of the Year

Created for the AMHR Youth COOL classes. Points to be tabulated from Cool classes offered at sanctioned AMHR shows. If no youth COOL classes are offered, Open COOL classes may be used to establish points.



Youth Horse Companion Program

The Youth Horse Companion Program was created in order to give the youth who doesn't participate in sanctioned shows an opportunity to work toward an award by sharing their partnership with a small equine (parades, nursing home visits, educational exhibits, etc.)



Bob Roudebush Sr. Memorial Showmanship Award

Based on points of Youth who apply for this award, with the award going to the youth with the highest points of those who apply in each of two division - Classic/Foundation Shetland and Modern Shetland.

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