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Posted by Equestrian Queensland on 08/05/2015.

Remi Stud Scholarship 2015/16

The Remi Stud Young Rider Scholarship is an annual Scholarship and is awarded to a very deserving Young Rider who has the talent and dedication in either Dressage or Eventing, but needs financial assistance to purchase a horse of their dreams. Cheryl from Remi Stud has put together a great team of supporters to help make this dream come true for one lucky young rider.

This scholarship is an amazing opportunity for a young rider to have entry into the equestrian industry with support from a variety of supporters.  The scholarship includes the ownership of a purpose bred Hanoverian weanling by either Lauries As orFishermans Friend - two of the best performed Hanoverian stallions in Australia - plus the support package which includes feed from Pryde's EasiFeed until the horse is three years of age, life registration with Equestrian Queensland, support from Equestrian Australia, legal support from Horseforce, a saddle, bridle and saddlecloth from Edwards Saddleworld, 10 weeks training by Team Van Den Berge when the horse turns three years old, show product from Dr Show and veterinary care provided by Westvets.   A total package valued at over $30,000.

The inaugural winner of this Scholarship in 2013 was Isabella Wilkinson- McIntyre and she received the beautiful colt, Remi Livingstone S by Lauries As.  In 2014 the Remi Stud Young Rider Scholarship was awarded to Alexandra Barlow, a very dedicated young rider and competitor in the field of eventing from Yeppoon in Central Queensland.  She received the beautiful filly Remi Liberty Belle S by Lauries AsRemi Florence Nightingale by Fishermans Friend


To be considered for the receipt of this amazing scholarship valued at over $30,000, riders should complete the application form below and submit it to Cheryl O'Brien at[email protected]

Applicants are eligible from the beginning of the year in which they turn 12 to the end of the year in which they turn 18.

Applicants should provide the following information to accompany their application form:

  • An application letter describing why you believe you would be a worthy recipient of the scholarship - this should include current training level; short, medium and long term goals in the equestrian industry; and information regarding how this scholarship would support your future goals
  • A letter from your parent or guardian stating that they approve of your application, why they think you would benefit from the Scholarship, and are prepared to commit the time and support necessary to care for the horse
  • A letter from your current coach supporting your application, why they think you would benefit from the Scholarship, and stating how they will be involved in the preparation of this young horse

Applications must be received by 30 June 2015.   Successful finalists will be notified by email and will be required to attend the Brisbane CDI on 18th July when the winner will be announced and presentations made. 

 Application Form


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