It really all depends on your skill and knowledge level and your horse's skill level..There are many, many different programs you can get into the help you toward a scholarship but it's going to be extremely hard work..Most of the best ways to get a scholarship is to go through sources such as 4H and showing in a breed show, such as AQHA..I think you have to have quite an extensive showing career and winnings to qualify for all of the big schools such as UGA or another large university.
This is a great website for you to take a look at and see what you need to do to prepare yourself and your horse.. Scholarships in Equestrian Sports
This the University of Georgia application.. Just as an example. https://secure.assistantcoach.net/co...te=&whichpage=
At the Division 1 level, 18 universities have equestrian teams. There are 15 scholarships available per team to be divided among the riders. A total of 270 scholarships are offered in Division 1 equestrian.
At the Division 2 level, 5 universities have equestrian teams. There are 15 scholarships available per team to be divided among the riders. A total of 75 scholarships are offered in Division 2 equestrian. equestrian
Narrowing down what a boarding fee would be is VERY hard, it all depends on what region, school level, and IF you even get a scholarship...And if I'm not mistaken some colleges are iffy about letting you board your horse in the college stable if you aren't a member of the equestrian team. http://equestrianism.wordpress.com/2...s-and-college/