Minority riders 16+ can apply to be a working student at White Oak Stables. For every three days they do barn related chores at White Oak Stables (mucking, grooming, feeding, blanketing, turn in/out) they will receive a free private lesson. Rider Information First Name: (required) Last Name: (required) Rider Year of Birth: (required) Race/Ethnicity: (check all that apply) African AmericanNative AmericanPacific IslanderHispanicAsianCaucasian Email Address: (required) Telephone Number: (required) Street Address: (required) City: (required) State: (required) Zip Code: (required) Parent Information (if a minor) First Name: (required) Last Name: (required) Application Qualifications Have you ever ridden a horse before? (required) ---YesNo Do you have experience with any of the following? (check all that apply) Mucking StallsGrooming HorsesFeeding HorsesTurning Horses In/OutBlanketing Horses Why Do You Deserve This Opportunity? (required) This information is accurate and I understand should I win this scholarship that I must work 3 days at White Oak Stables in exchange for 1 private lesson (weather-permitting). A standard White Oak Stables liability waiver is required to be completed before I can start my lesson scholarship in May of the year that it is awarded. If my attendance working at the stables becomes spotty or unreliable I will receive my final private lesson and then be dismissed as a working student. I am a US Citizen, 16 years of age or older and can provide my own transportation to the stables. I have parental permission to request this scholarship.