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Sport Horse Scholarship

The CMHA Board of Directors has created the Sue Brander Sport Horse Training  Scholarship. Sue Brander was a longtime Morgan owner and volunteer with CMHA.   She coordinated the retirement ceremonies for UVM Promise , Bennfield’s Ace and  others at the Connecticut Morgan Horse Show before moving to New York.  Sue lost  her battle with cancer in October of 2010. 
Two $100 training scholarships will be awarded at our Annual Banquet – one scholarship for an adult and one for a youth member.  The scholarship is to be used by a CMHA member in any of the sport disciplines:  carriage driving, dressage, competitive trail and endurance, reining, eventing or working hunters, combined driving and working western.  Applications are due no later than February 15th and winners will be announced at the Annual Awards Banquet on March 12th.

The Connecticut Morgan Horse Association, Inc. is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting the Morgan breed, preserving its history, marketing its versatility and enhancing its profile state wide. The organization is committed to appealing to all levels of involvement for its members and all levels of Morgan performance. 

The CMHA promotes educational activities, programs and events designed to enhance Morgan horse education, use and appreciation. In particular, youth involvement is stressed at all levels. By encouraging social activities and sharing mutual interests in the Morgan horse, its members gain a common bond which helps the organization accomplish its goals