T.I.P. Youth Ambassador Program Accepting 2022 Applications Through October 1!

Offered on an annual basis, the T.I.P. Youth Ambassador Program selects young riders to positively represent T.I.P. and the Thoroughbred breed. The goal of the T.I.P. Youth Ambassador Program is to promote participation in T.I.P. with the mission to encourage retraining of Thoroughbreds into other disciplines upon completion of careers in racing or breeding. A Youth Ambassador's role is to positively represent T.I.P. and the Thoroughbred breed at his or her local barn, shows, competitions, or any other activities in which he or she may participate.

T.I.P. Youth Ambassadors must meet the following criteria:
  • Be 18 years old or younger as of January 1, 2022
  • Reside in the U.S. or Canada
  • Own or lease a Thoroughbred with a T.I.P. number
  • Participate in T.I.P. programs or shows
The Youth Ambassador Program application can be found on the T.I.P. website at
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Alexis Novak-Washington      Discipline: Jumpers
Thoroughbred: The French Cage (Capilano) and Baby Zeus (The Last Olympian)
Emily Cantler-Maryland     Discipline: Hunter, Jumper
Thoroughbred: Sassy B (Cabernet), Istan Has Arrived (Churchill), What’s Fair, and Pagan Power (Encore)
Emma Scheier - New Jersey     Discipline: Hunter, Jumper, Equitation
Thoroughbreds: Open Now (And Then the Stars Aligned) and Jeff’s Goods (Rewrite the Stars)
Gabriellia Chevalier-Connecticut     Discipline: Eventing
Thoroughbred: Chambersburg Pike
Grace Baierl-Pennsylvania     Discipline: Dressage,  Eventing
Thoroughbred: Advantageous
Grace Regan-South Carolina     Discipline: Dressage
Thoroughbred: Mr. Brutus
Jenna Presley-Indiana     Discipline: Hunters, Equitation, Dressage
Thoroughbred: Let Me Loose
Julia House - Maine     Discipline: Hunter, Jumper, Eventing, Dressage
Thoroughbred: Appealing Promise (Bella)
Kaylynn Berry- Kentucky     Discipline: Hunter, Jumper
Thoroughbred: New Blane (Unsolved Mystery)
Lottie Crawford - Virginia     Discipline: Dressage, Hunters
Thoroughbred: Get It In Ink (Ink)
Megan Farnsworth - Washington     Discipline: Huntseat, Dressage, Trail
Thoroughbreds: Rocco & Kactus Relavation (Kactus)
Olive Scaff-New Jersey     
Discipline: Dressage, Hunters, Western, Field Hunter, Polo
Thoroughbred: Aces for John (Ace), Choccolatte, and G Double
Remington Sharp-Virginia     Discipline: Eventing, Jumpers
Thoroughbred: Street Warrior
Sabrina Wood-Texas    Discipline: Hunter, Jumper
Thoroughbred: Bois d'Arc Creek (Pearl Jam) and Wiltel
Victoria Navarrete-Virginia     Discipline: Hunters
Thoroughbred: All of the Chief (Fine Line)
Victoria Reinholdt-South Carolina     Discipline: Hunters, Equitation
Thoroughbred: Bold Valentine (Count Me In)

Reminder: Now Accepting Applications for T.I.P. Awards at 2022 Horse Shows

The T.I.P. application period for 2022 shows is open through September 30, 2021. All shows must apply during the application period even if the information or show dates are tentative. Shows that offered awards in 2021 still need to re-apply for 2022 dates.

More information and the online application are available at

Programs available through T.I.P. 
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Important Dates
Sep. 30 2021
Horse Show Applications Due
Oct. 1 2021:
T.I.P. Youth Ambassador Applications Due
Oct. 8-10, 2021
T.I.P. Championships at Stable View
Oct. 13-14, 2021
T.I.P. Barrel Championships at the TB Makeover
Nov. 30 2021
Performance Award Year Ends
Dec. 2021:
2021 T.I.P. horse shows approved 
Dec. 20, 2021:
2020 Perf. Award forms due

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