Coy Cherokee Youth 14-18 High Point Scholarship
The Coy Cherokee Scholarship was created to commemorate the life of Coy Cherokee, also known as "Boogie," by Les and Judy Schroeder and their daughter Delvina Gamez. Together Delvina and "Boogie" earned many awards including Pinto Open and Youth Championships, Open and Youth Legion of Merit and Open and Youth Supreme Championship. In 1989, "Boogie" earned the National High Point Youth 14-18 division. "Boogie" loved being in the show ring and had a desire to win.
This award is presented annually to the National High Point Pinto Youth in the 14-18 division.
Available for Youth 14-18 division
One $1,000 scholarship per year
For information about the application process please visit the Applications page under the Scholarships button. Contact if you have any questions about scholarships.
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