Student Education

Educating caregivers
for today and tomorrow

Burden of Student Debt

Veterinary students and new practitioners are financially
overburdened. This puts important training opportunities
out of reach and distracts from their first passion—the care
and treatment of horses. Some even forego equine practice
for small animal medicine, which is a loss for horses.

Veterinary and Graduate Student Scholarships – The Foundation awards approximately 50 scholarships annually, providing future practitioners the financial help they need to get established. Without this timely support, many talented and dedicated students would not be able to fulfill their potential.

Veterinary Student Education – The Foundation supports Student Chapters at 39 different veterinary colleges and universities in North America, Europe and the West Indies. Those chapters provide high-quality labs, lectures, and workshops for future equine veterinarians that are not currently provided by the schools.

Burden of Student Debt

Veterinary students and new practitioners are financially overburdened. This puts important training opportunities out of reach and distracts from their first passion—the care and treatment of horses. Some even forego equine practice for small animal medicine, which is a loss for horses.

Veterinary and Graduate Student Scholarships – The Foundation awards approximately 50 scholarships annually, providing future practitioners the financial help they need to get established. Without this timely support, many talented and dedicated students would not be able to fulfill their potential.

Veterinary Student Education – The Foundation supports Student Chapters at 39 different veterinary colleges and universities in North America, Europe and the West Indies. Those chapters provide high-quality labs, lectures, and workshops for future equine veterinarians that are not currently provided by the schools.

“This award from The Foundation and Coyote Rock Ranch is truly life changing. Now my career decisions will be focused on becoming the best equine veterinarian I can be, rather than on my student loan debt. This financial freedom brings me close to achieving my goal of owning my own equine sports medicine practice one day.”

Ashley Allemand, DVM
Coyote Rock Ranch Scholarship Recipient

“This award from The Foundation and Coyote Rock Ranch is truly life changing. Now my career decisions will be focused on becoming the best equine veterinarian I can be, rather than on my student loan debt. This financial freedom brings me close to achieving my goal of owning my own equine sports medicine practice one day.”

Ashley Allemand, DVM
Coyote Rock Ranch Scholarship Recipient