We create and provide equine educational content and connect the equine community together. 

We are excited to align with leaders in academia and the equine industry to offer an array of scholarships. Our goal is to bring quality equine educational content and opportunities to everyone; helping one horse at a time. 

One of our core
values at 3Rein is
supporting education

SCHOLARSHIPs

We create and provide equine educational content and connect the equine community together. 

We are excited to align with leaders in academia and the equine industry to offer an array of scholarships. Our goal is to bring quality equine educational content and opportunities to everyone; helping one horse at a time. 

One of our core
values at 3Rein is
supporting education

SCHOLARSHIPs

This scholarship aims to honor the Late Harry Chapman by promoting the handling of horses based on how horses think and engaging in a symbiotic relationship rather than a competitive one.

Open to any equestrian of any age looking to improve their horsemanship. With the help of the Petro and Chapman family, 3Rein Media is sending one lucky rider to a Buck Brannaman Clinic of their choosing in 2022. More details can be found on our application page.



Harry Chapman
2022 Scholarship

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CURRENT OPPORTUNITIES

Danielle Seagrave, recipient of 2021 Harry Chapman Scholarship 

This scholarship aims to honor the Late Harry Chapman by promoting the handling of horses based on how horses think and engaging in a symbiotic relationship rather than a competitive one.

Open to any equestrian of any age looking to improve their horsemanship. With the help of the Petro and Chapman family, 3Rein is sending one lucky rider to a Buck Brannaman Clinic of their choosing in 2022. More details can be found on our application page. Apply now! 


Harry Chapman
2022 Scholarship

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CURRENT OPPORTUNITIES

Danielle Seagrave, recipient of 2021 Harry Chapman Scholarship 

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Class fee for one horse and rider combination to attend a Buck Brannaman Clinic and participate in Foundation or Horsemanship 1

One additional spectator pass for the clinic. 

Stabling voucher for one horse for 3 nights.

3-month subscription to 3Rein Media. 

The Prize

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  • All applicants must be 12 years of age or older (parent consent required for applicants under the age of 18).
  • The Harry Chapman Scholarship Committee strongly looks for applicants with ties to the Hunter/Jumper community, we do consider applicants with other backgrounds who are involved in other disciplines. 
  • All applicants must be able to provide their own horse. 
  • All applicants must be able to cover the costs of travel, lodging, feed, and bedding.
  • All applicants must complete the application form, provide two letters of recommendation, and a video of themselves riding. The letters of recommendation and video can be emailed to scholarships@3reinmedia.com

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One Scholarship will be awarded for attendance at either the Buck Brannaman Clinics in Corning, CA (4/29-5/1 and 5/6-5/8) or Central Point, OR (6/24-6/26). The other HC Scholarship will be awarded to a candidate for use at any Buck Brannaman Clinic in the United States within 2022. 

Application Extension: Corning and Central Point Clinics are now due by April 5th, 2022.
Applications for all other locations are now due by June 1st, 2022. 


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Scholarship Details

One Scholarship will be awarded for attendance at either the Buck Brannaman Clinics in Corning, CA (4/29-5/1 and 5/6-5/8) or Central Point, OR (6/24-6/26). The other HC Scholarship will be awarded to a candidate for use at any Buck Brannaman Clinic in the United States within 2022. 

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Class fee for one horse and rider combination to attend a Buck Brannaman Clinic and participate in Foundation or Horsemanship 1

One additional spectator pass for the clinic. 

Stabling voucher for one horse for 3 nights.

3-month subscription to 3Rein Media. 

The Prize

Apply Now

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The Rules

-All applicants must be 12 years of age or older (parent consent required for applicants under the age of 18).


-All applicants must complete the application form, provide two letters of recommendation, and a video of themselves riding. The letters of recommendation and video can be emailed to: scholarships@3reinmedia.com

-All applicants must be able to cover the costs of travel, lodging, feed, and bedding.

-All applicants must be able to provide their own horse. 

-The Harry Chapman Scholarship Committee strongly looks for applicants with ties to the Hunter/Jumper community, we do consider applicants with other backgrounds who are involved in other disciplines. 

One Scholarship will be awarded for attendance at either the Buck Brannaman Clinics in Corning, CA (4/29-5/1 and 5/6-5/8) or Central Point, OR (6/24-6/26). The other HC Scholarship will be awarded to a candidate for use at any Buck Brannaman Clinic in the United States within 2022. 

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One Scholarship will be awarded for attendance at either the Buck Brannaman Clinics in Corning, CA (4/29-5/1 and 5/6-5/8) or Central Point, OR (6/24-6/26). The other HC Scholarship will be awarded to a candidate for use at any Buck Brannaman Clinic in the United States within 2022. 

Application Extension: Corning and Central Point Clinics are now due by April 5th, 2022.
Applications for all other locations are now due by June 1st, 2022. 

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Scholarship Details

From western to saddleseat, from show jumpers to roadsters, Harry was an avid horseman with an extensive history throughout the industry. Even though Harry was an accomplished competitor, he is most notably remembered for being a phenomenal owner. He won the United States Hunter Jumper Association’s Mrs. A. C. Randolph Owners Legacy Award in 2015 as a nod to the impression and lasting legacy he had made on the industry. Harry owned many incredible horses including Flexible, McGuinness, Reno, Zlano, and Amos. Flexible , ridden by Rick Fellers, won the FEI WOrld Cup Finals in 2021 and later that year went on to represent the USE in the Olympic Games held in London. Flexible was also the recipient of internal Horse of the Year in 2013.

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Flexible , ridden by Rick Fellers, won the FEI World Cup Finals in 2021 and later that year went on to represent the USE in the Olympic Games held in London. Flexible was also the recipient of internal Horse of the Year in 2013.
If a person really knew Harry, they would also know that one of his greatest joys in life came from sharing his passion for horses and competitive show jumping with his granddaughter, Jessica Petro.

In May of 2018, Harry accompanied Jessica to a Buck Brannaman Clinic in Corning, CA. Harry couldn't stop raving about the experience and told everyone that this clinic should be a prerequisite to owning and riding all horses.In light of Harry’s life and all that he gave our sport through his fierce competitive nature and undying passion for horsemanship, the Petro and Chapman families as education and creating opportunity are part of our core values at 3Rein.

All of us as a family are honored that 3Rein has named their scholarship after Harry Chapman.

Harry was all about the horses from the time he was a small child. He started riding a little western while his father was off at war and then switched to saddlebreds. Soon, that became boring, and all he wanted to do was learn to jump. He began jumping at the age of 16 , but really to him all that mattered was the horses. They were always consistent in his life. Growing up, he taught us that taking care of the horses was the first thing you do every day and the last thing you do at night. Harry was so blessed in his horse life. He had good horses for himself to enjoy and was able to provide Rich Fellers with horses that will forever shape his career.

Our last family trip, myself and granddaughter Jessica in tow, was to the Buck clinic in Corning , California. Harry arrived before we were loaded and said he was riding along with us. The whole way (7 hours) he shared stories with us about his life with horses, some I had never heard. When the clinic started he was in the stands, not just for Jessica’s session, but for all the sessions, all three days. By the way, bleachers are not that comfortable when you are 82. He kept telling us how this should be required learning and that everyone had forgotten about the horse. I truly had not seen my father this happy in years. He couldn't get enough and quoted most of Buck’s words the whole way home. It was a trip you will never forget.

The horse only does what you ask it to do. They try their best. All horses have a purpose. These are the things that we are taught growing up and Harry heard the confirmation of his beliefs.

We as a family still believe that the horse comes first. They heal us, they team us, and if we listen, they make us better.

~The Chapman & Petro Family


Letter from the Family

From western to saddleseat, from show jumpers to roadsters, Harry was an avid horseman with an extensive history throughout the industry. Even though Harry was an accomplished competitor, he is most notably remembered for being a phenomenal owner. He won the United States Hunter Jumper Association’s Mrs. A. C. Randolph Owners Legacy Award in 2015 as a nod to the impression and lasting legacy he had made on the industry. Harry owned many incredible horses including Flexible, McGuinness, Reno, Zlano, and Amos. Flexible , ridden by Rick Fellers, won the FEI WOrld Cup Finals in 2021 and later that year went on to represent the USE in the Olympic Games held in London. Flexible was also the recipient of internal Horse of the Year in 2013.

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About Harry Chapman

Flexible , ridden by Rick Fellers, won the FEI World Cup Finals in 2021 and later that year went on to represent the USE in the Olympic Games held in London. Flexible was also the recipient of internal Horse of the Year in 2013. If a person really knew Harry, they would also know that one of his greatest joys in life came from sharing his passion for horses and competitive show jumping with his granddaughter, Jessica Petro.

In May of 2018, Harry accompanied Jessica to a Buck Brannaman Clinic in Corning, CA. Harry couldn't stop raving about the experience and told everyone that this clinic should be a prerequisite to owning and riding all horses.In light of Harry’s life and all that he gave our sport through his fierce competitive nature and undying passion for horsemanship, the Petro and Chapman families as education and creating opportunity are part of our core values at 3Rein.

All of us as a family are honored that 3Rein has named their scholarship after Harry Chapman.

Harry was all about the horses from the time he was a small child. He started riding a little western while his father was off at war and then switched to saddlebreds. Soon, that became boring, and all he wanted to do was learn to jump. He began jumping at the age of 16 , but really to him all that mattered was the horses. They were always consistent in his life. Growing up, he taught us that taking care of the horses was the first thing you do every day and the last thing you do at night. Harry was so blessed in his horse life. He had good horses for himself to enjoy and was able to provide Rich Fellers with horses that will forever shape his career.

Our last family trip, myself and granddaughter Jessica in tow, was to the Buck clinic in Corning , California. Harry arrived before we were loaded and said he was riding along with us. The whole way (7 hours) he shared stories with us about his life with horses, some I had never heard. When the clinic started he was in the stands, not just for Jessica’s session, but for all the sessions, all three days. By the way, bleachers are not that comfortable when you are 82. He kept telling us how this should be required learning and that everyone had forgotten about the horse. I truly had not seen my father this happy in years. He couldn't get enough and quoted most of Buck’s words the whole way home. It was a trip you will never forget.

The horse only does what you ask it to do. They try their best. All horses have a purpose. These are the things that we are taught growing up and Harry heard the confirmation of his beliefs.

We as a family still believe that the horse comes first. They heal us, they team us, and if we listen, they make us better.

~The Chapman & Petro Family

LETTER FROM THE FAMILY

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