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Sherri Gilkerson Memorial Scholarship Fund

Click here for Sherri Gilkerson Memorial Scholarship Application ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS 1. High school graduate 2. Post-secondary enrollment 3. Minimum of 12 credit hours per semester 4. Maintain a minimum of 2.5 GPA, on a 4.0 scale 5. NRCHA member, or family member holds NRCHA membership 6. Out-of-state students acceptable 7. Cannot be a Gilkerson, Hammond, or Scholarship Selection Committee family member Have you ever wondered, “Who is Sherri Gilkerson”? Her legacy lives on through the Sherri Gilkerson Memorial Scholarship Fund which provides financial assistance to undergraduate students who are members of NRCHA. The application and eligibility requirements for the scholarship can be found below. The deadline for the application is June 30 each year. Sherri Hammond was born in Casper, Wyoming in 1972. She was one of those girls who had a love of horses from the beginning. With the support of her family, she was able to follow her passion. Sherri was active in 4H and rodeo as a youth. She displayed a natural talent along with a strong work ethic. In 1994, she married Marc Gilkerson. The couple took employment with the Cheyenne River Quarter Horse Ranch in South Dakota and from there, they went to Glenwood Springs, Colorado. She trained cow horses in Arizona with Jim Paul Sr. and his son Jimmie. In 2005 she won the NRCHA LTD Open and Open Bridle Sweepstakes on her talented horse ‘Norman’ (Camiseta Peppy), who was owned by Linda Mars. Sherri was tragically killed in a horse-related accident in 2006 at the age of thirty-four. Her impact on those who knew and loved her led to the establishment of the Sherri Gilkerson Memorial Horse Show sponsored by the Arizona Reined Cow Horse Association. A portion of the proceeds from the show go to this fund. Sherri was a woman of strong faith who was loved by many. AzRCHA is proud to be a part of her continuing legacy as a testament to a life well lived. Click here for Sherri Gilkerson Memorial Scholarship Application
© 2017 Arizona Reined Cow Horse Association. All Rights Reserved. Original Site Design and Development by Silverleaf Design Webmaster Frank Turben - Computer Help

Sherri Gilkerson Memorial Scholarship

Fund

Click here for Sherri Gilkerson Memorial Scholarship Application ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS 1. High school graduate 2. Post-secondary enrollment 3. Minimum of 12 credit hours per semester 4. Maintain a minimum of 2.5 GPA, on a 4.0 scale 5. NRCHA member, or family member holds NRCHA membership 6. Out-of-state students acceptable 7. Cannot be a Gilkerson, Hammond, or Scholarship Selection Committee family member Have you ever wondered, “Who is Sherri Gilkerson”? Her legacy lives on through the Sherri Gilkerson Memorial Scholarship Fund which provides financial assistance to undergraduate students who are members of NRCHA. The application and eligibility requirements for the scholarship can be found below. The deadline for the application is June 30 each year. Sherri Hammond was born in Casper, Wyoming in 1972. She was one of those girls who had a love of horses from the beginning. With the support of her family, she was able to follow her passion. Sherri was active in 4H and rodeo as a youth. She displayed a natural talent along with a strong work ethic. In 1994, she married Marc Gilkerson. The couple took employment with the Cheyenne River Quarter Horse Ranch in South Dakota and from there, they went to Glenwood Springs, Colorado. She trained cow horses in Arizona with Jim Paul Sr. and his son Jimmie. In 2005 she won the NRCHA LTD Open and Open Bridle Sweepstakes on her talented horse ‘Norman’ (Camiseta Peppy), who was owned by Linda Mars. Sherri was tragically killed in a horse-related accident in 2006 at the age of thirty-four. Her impact on those who knew and loved her led to the establishment of the Sherri Gilkerson Memorial Horse Show sponsored by the Arizona Reined Cow Horse Association. A portion of the proceeds from the show go to this fund. Sherri was a woman of strong faith who was loved by many. AzRCHA is proud to be a part of her continuing legacy as a testament to a life well lived. Click here for Sherri Gilkerson Memorial Scholarship Application