Foundation / Corporation
American Quarter Horse Foundation (AQHF)
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Grants to USA researchers, MS and PhD graduate students, residency interns, and postdoctoral researchers in training for research related to horses. Funding is intended for research studies that benefit horses, owners, and the horse industry. Research priorities include equine welfare, infectious diseases, and equine wellness.
The Foundation encourages the submission of research projects related to the health, welfare, and utility of the horse that will create meaningful impact for the horse, horse owners, and the equine industry. Research priorities for the 2020-2022 granting cycles are defined as follows:
GrantWatch ID#: 192659
- General Research: $25,000-$75,000
- Young Investigator Award: Funding requests should not exceed $20,000.
- Refrigerator Fund for Equine Head Trauma: Funding requests should not exceed $50,000.
Researchers may request funding for a one-year grant period. Proposals for projects of more than one year’s duration must be re-submitted each year thereafter for recurrent consideration. If a project was awarded funding in the previous year, it will be evaluated on individual merit and is not guaranteed future funding.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Apply Online: https://aqhfoundation.smapply.io/prog/101467/apply/
For more information on the Foundation's equine research program, please email email@example.com.
Questions may be directed to Laura Owens with the American Quarter Horse Foundation at (806) 378-5034 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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