KEEP and Race for Education Announce New Scholarships


The Kentucky Equine Education Project (KEEP) Foundation, in conjunction with the Race for Education, announced scholarships totaling $20,000 for students pursuing equine studies, animal science, or a related agricultural field within the state of Kentucky. The scholarships will be broken into 10 separate $2,000 increments and awarded to students from any state who will study in Kentucky, as well as to individuals with family working in Kentucky's equine, animal science, or agricultural industries.

“Young people are the lifeblood of our industry,” said KEEP's Elisabeth Jensen. “I am continually excited to be able to offer support to students who have chosen the equine industry as a career path.”

Students can start the application process here and find additional scholarships here.


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