Sponsored by Double J Stables - Denise Johnson

Award Description:
Created to recognize the youth ASPR member who is the most competitive in the American Show Pony Youth Classes. Points to be tabulated on ASPR in the following classes: halter mare/gelding, fine harness, roadster, and pleasure driving. The actual award to be decided by the sponsor. In the case of a tie, the winners will receive identical awards.

How to Apply:
Submit completed point tabulation sheets along wtih a cover sheet to the American Shetland Pony Club, Inc., - ATTN: Youth. Must be postmarked (or electronically sent) on or before December 31st. Applicants are responsible for recording the classes entered and the placings earned on the tabulation sheet. All placings will be verified with the official show results from the National Office.

Sponsored by Cornerstone Shetlands and Kildow West Training Center

Award Description:
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. Points will be tabulated in three youth classes: showmanship, halter mare/gelding, and your choice of one of the following performance classes: halter obstacle, hunter, jumper, obstacle driving, pleasure driving, country pleasure driving, roadster, or versatility. Costume is not an eligible class. You may choose your best performance class for each show and your choice may vary from show to show.

How to Apply:
Submit completed point tabulation sheet along with a cover sheet to the American Shetland Pony Club, Inc., - ATTN: Youth. Must be postmarked (or electronically sent) on or before December 31st. Applicants are responsible for recording the classes entered and the placings earned on the tabulation sheet. All placings will be verified with the official show results from the National Office. Award will be calculated by the Sponsor. In the case of a tie, the winners will receive identical awards.

Sponsored by Midwest Classic Shetland Breeders Association

Award Description:
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. Points will be tabulated in three youth classes: showmanship, halter mare/gelding, and your choice of one of the following performance classes: halter obstacle, hunter, jumper, obstacle driving, pleasure driving, country pleasure driving, roadster, or versatility. Costume is not an eligible class. You may choose your best performance class for each show and your choice may vary from show to show. There is one award each year. Award selected by sponsor.

How to Apply:
Submit completed point tabulation sheets along wtih a Cover Sheet to the American Shetland Pony Club, Inc., - ATTN: Youth. Must be postmarked (or electronically sent) on or before December 31st. Applicants are responsible for recording the classes entered and the placing earned on the tabulation sheet. All placings will be verified with the official show results from the National Office. Award will be calculated by the sponsor. In the case of a tie, the winners will receive identical awards.

Sponsored by ASPC, Inc., Youth Committee

Award Description:
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. Age groups are 12 & under and 13 to 17. Winners will be selected based on the essay submitted. Winners will be contacted by the Youth Committee Member in charge of Awards and an award will be presented at the National Convention during the Saturday Morning Hall of Fame Breakfast. If the winners(s) are unable to attend, the award will be shipped to them.

How to Apply:
Submit a brief biography along wtih the application form on or before June 1. The cover sheet and application form should be completed in its entirety and all required information included or application will be considered null and void.

Sponsored by ASPC, Inc., Youth Committee

Award Description:
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. A potential of eight awards to be presented each year - one in each of the eight Areas. Winners will be selected based on the essay submitted. The winners will be notified by the Youth Committee Member in charge of Awards and an award will be presented at the National Convention during the Saturday Morning Hall of Fame Breakfast. If the winner(s) are unable to attend, the award will be shipped to them.

How to Apply:
Submit a brief biography along with the Application Form on or before June 1. The cover sheet and application form should be completed in its entirety and all required information included or application will be considered null and void.

Sponsored by Outlaw Miniatures & Shetlands

Award Description: 
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. Points will be tabulated in three youth classes: showmanship, halter mare/gelding, and your choice of one of the following performance classes: halter obstacle, hunter, jumper, obstacle driving, pleasure driving, country pleasure driving, roadster, or versatility. Costume is not an eligible class. You may choose you best performance class for each show and your choice may vary from show to show. There are two possible awards each year - one Division A Miniature and one Division B Miniature Youth Horse of the Year. Winner may choose color and size of jacket.

How to Apply:
Submit completed points tabulation sheets along with a Cover Sheet to the ASPC, Inc., home office - ATTN: Tina Byers postmarked (or submitted electronically) on or before December 31st. Applicants are responsible for recording the classes entered and the placing earned on the tabulation sheet. All placings will be verified with the official show results from the National Office. Award will be calculated by the Sponsor.

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Applications for the 2019 USEF Youth Sportsman’s Award are now available! As you know, this award recognizes youth members for their participation in the equestrian community and is focused on developing leaders within the industry. 

The overall winner of the 2019 USEF Youth Sportsman's Award will receive a $1,000 grant payable to the educational program of choice, and a commemorative trophy. The reserve winner will receive a $500 grant payable to the educational program of choice.

Click here for the the guidelines for the Youth Sportsman’s Award and click the button below for the application form, which you may distribute to your youth members. These can also be found on the USEF WEBSITE.

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The lessons learned from owning a Shetland Pony or miniature horse are enriching. From building confidence and exhibiting good sportsmanship to making life-long friends, the American Shetland Pony Club, Inc. provides opportunities for youth to experience the variety of options available to them in a fun, educational environment.

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