Saskatchewan Horse Federation Grants - Overview

 

 

Must be a current SHF member to be eligible to apply for Grant Funding

Individuals ages 14 and up must submit proof that they have successfully completed “Respect in Sport” with Sask Sport.  This course can be found at http://sasksrc.respectgroupinc.com/  free of charge. 

New this year

The process of applying for and adjudicating the Athlete Assistance, Talent ID including High-Performance has changed.  To streamline the entire process the Athlete Assistance, Talent ID and High-Performance are now combined into one Application/Follow Up form.  Athletes will supply detailed information as per grant application requirements and be measured relative to all other applications.  ALL Applications/Follow Ups will be adjudicated by the SHF Grants Committee.  

 

Athlete Grant Application/Follow Up

Applications/Follow Ups Deadline October 31, 2023

All documents must be sent in an Adobe format to [email protected]

(Do not send pictures in the body of an email ALL documents must be sent in a PDF format)

The purpose of the Athlete Grants are to provide financial assistance to individual athletes with their quest to achieve excellence in equestrian sport. It is designed to assist with training and competition opportunities and to improve performance and numbers of athletes competing at the provincial, regional, national and/or international levels of competition.

 

High Performance Frequently Asked Questions 

 

Applications for High Performance Grant are submitted directly to the following discipline associations.  If you have any questions regarding this grant please contact your association. Individuals must submit proof that they have successfully completed “Respect in Sport” with Sask Sport.  This course can be found at http://sasksrc.respectgroupinc.com/  free of charge.

 

Coaching Assistance Grant

Applications/Follow Ups Deadline October 31, 2023

The purpose of this grant is to assist those individuals actively seeking accreditation in the Coaching Certification Program of equestrian coaching to attend upgrading sessions not available in Saskatchewan. Successful applicants must demonstrate that such courses will benefit the equestrian community as a whole and be prepared to assist the SHF with activities within the Province if called upon to do so. Preference will be given to those applicants aligning with National Coaching Certification Program NCCP Stream. Individuals must submit proof that they have successfully completed “Respect in Sport” with Sask Sport. At this time, online Education registration fees will be recognized. 

Officials Assistance Grant

Applications/Follow Ups Deadline October 31, 2023

The purpose of this grant is to assist those individuals actively seeking accreditation in equestrian officiating (Judges, Stewards and Course Designers) to attend upgrading sessions not available in Saskatchewan. Preference will be given to those aligning with recognized (EC, NRHA, etc.) certification. Successful applicants must demonstrate that such courses will benefit the equestrian community as a whole and be prepared to assist the SHF with activities in the Province if called upon to do so. Individual must submit proof that they have successfully completed “Respect in Sport” with Sask Sport.