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HorseVibes Scholarship Past Winners

The HorseVibes Delivering Dreams Scholarship, is something of which I am extremely proud. I created the Scholarship to help equestrians of all ages and abilities move closer to their dreams. The Scholarship is designed to provide motivation to recipients to help them remove any barriers that may be holding them back from achieving their goals.

December 2019 Winner - Billy Morgan

Our inaugural Delivering Dreams Scholarship winner, 18-year-old Billie Morgan, is a trick rider from Bundaberg, Queensland.

She is not only steadily working towards her ambition of becoming a full-time trick rider.

She gives back to her community through her work with horses and people with the RDA, winning two national RDA awards for her efforts.

“The Delivering Dreams Scholarship has been amazing for helping me receive the extra tuition I needed to take me to the next level. I look forward to watching the progress of all the equestrians who are awarded the Delivering Dreams Scholarship.”

Billie Morgan
David Shoobridge
David Shoobridge
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"It’s important we take our own path to success, but wisdom is allowing experience to influence our direction, and that experience is what the delivering dreams scholarship can provide. Whatever our chosen discipline, we must continually evolve, learn, upgrade, analyse and reflect.be honest with yourself with your progress and training. Be inspired, be enthusiastic and be goal orientated."
David Shoobridge
David Shoobridge
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"It’s important we take our own path to success, but wisdom is allowing experience to influence our direction, and that experience is what the delivering dreams scholarship can provide. Whatever our chosen discipline, we must continually evolve, learn, upgrade, analyse and reflect.be honest with yourself with your progress and training. Be inspired, be enthusiastic and be goal orientated."
Vicky Roycroft
Vicky Roycroft
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“The delivering dreams scholarship is a great initiative, because in equestrian sport one is always learning. Coaching is an essential part of it because so many of our natural reactions are the wrong ones, and it takes a while and some help to figure that out!”
Charlotte Inglis
Charlotte Inglis
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“The joy and invaluable life lessons we gather from horses comes from the time spent with them rather than the accolades won. As Winston Churchill said: ‘success is not final, failure not fatal. It’s the courage to continue that counts’. Having the strength to keep going even when things go wrong is a key ingredient to success. And the joy gathered along the way is the real reward.”
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