The Southwestern Exposition and Livestock Show, through our Equine Scholarship Programs, awards scholarships for the High Point Youth and Reserve High Point Youth exhibitors in the Quarter Horse, Paint Horse, Palomino Horse and Pony of the Americas divisions. The Stock Show awards additional scholarships in our Equine I.Q. Contest. Scholarships are awarded to exhibitors 14-18 years of age.
For further information, please contact: Southwestern Exposition and Livestock Show Horse Show Department PO Box 150 Fort Worth, Texas 76101-0150 817-877-2400
SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION Students awarded a scholarship will receive a certificate(s) indicating the amount of the scholarship won. The scholarship will be paid beginning with the first semester the student is enrolled in an accredited degree plan at a college or university. The certificate(s) should be presented to the registrar or financial aid office of the college or university the student chooses to attend. Instructions for redemption are printed on the back of the certificate. Upon verification of the student’s enrollment, the Stock Show will issue a check directly to the student’s college or university. HIGH POINT YOUTH SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM To be eligible for High Point Youth Scholarship awards, youth exhibitors must be 14-18 years of age and show in halter and three (3) performance events. Showmanship is considered a performance event. Qualifying points will be awarded based on the number of horses in each class, as outlined in General Rule 42. For complete rules, see Page 82. Scholarships in the amount of $24,000 will be available, with the High Point Youth exhibitor in each of the designated breeds receiving a $4,000 scholarship and each Reserve High Point Youth exhibitor receiving a $2,000 scholarship. Youth exhibitors receiving scholarships under the High Point Youth Scholarship Program may receive a maximum of $8,000 in value. In the event that the high point or reserve high point winner is not eligible to use all of the funds awarded, any remaining funds will return to the Southwestern Exposition and Livestock Show Equine Scholarship Program.