Scholarships are available as our funding allows. Currently, the following program has scholarships available:

Mountain Rose Herbs Scholarships

Thanks to a generous donation from Mountain Rose Herbs, we have three scholarships available at each of the next four Herb Walks. These scholarships are being provided to disadvantaged youth and to those who work with rescue horses, in order to provide them with the opportunity to attend these classes and improve their own health and that of their animals. More information about this is available here. To apply for this scholarship, please email us.

If you would like to assist us by funding one of the scholarship programs below, or are interested in establishing and endowing a new scholarship, please email us.

Apprenticeship Program Scholarship

To apply for this scholarship program a student must be between 14 and 17 years of age. Students wishing to apply for this scholarship will need to submit a 250 word essay on why they would be a good candidate for the scholarship. The essay should include any previous horse experience, areas of interest in the horse industry and anything the applicant might view as relevant to the candidacy. No prior horse experience is necessary for you to be selected. Following the essay there will be an onsite interview and we will select the students who appear to be most suitable for the program. As space is limited we have a waiting list available and candidates need not submit a new application once on the waiting list. The intention of the scholarship is to assist teens who are not in an economic position to be able to receive the education otherwise and financial need will have an effect on admittance.

Miss Morganna Jones Scholarship

This scholarship is in celebration to the memory of Ferronato's first horse: a rescue Thoroughbred whose registered name was Miss Morganna Jones, her stable name Tahoe. Ferronato's passion for Thoroughbreds began in childhood; her young rider career was during a time when both the Dressage and Hunter/Jumper world was dominated by them, not to mention having a birthday that frequently falls on the Kentucky Derby.

Over the years the rise in popularity of the European Warmblood has served to replace the American Thoroughbred in many areas of competition. Even though Thoroughbred racing is the second largest grossing sport, its athletes do not live in mansions and all too often are forgotten when they stop being top income producers. 1986 Kentucky Derby winner, Ferdinand, and Hall of Famer Exceller both ended their lives on slaughterhouse floors.

This scholarship was created to give one thoroughbred at a time the opportunity to be rescued, rehabilitated, trained, and then integrated into our Academy program. We hope to increase funding for this scholarship in the coming years so that we are able to assist more than one Thoroughbred at a time given the high number of rescue Thoroughbreds searching for a second chance.

To learn more about our current scholarship horse, to donate directly to this scholarship, or to create a scholarship of your own please contact us directly.

It is with reverence and respect for children and horses that we commit our lives to improving theirs. Our goal with Three Treasures Farms is to assist others by lending our knowledge so that people are empowered to make their lives and the lives of horses better.