Moore receives Ohio Harness Horsemen’s Association scholarship


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Victoria Moore

Victoria Moore


Victoria Moore, of Washington Court House, has been awarded a scholarship from the Ohio Harness Horsemen’s Association.

Moore is a graduate of Miami Trace High School and is attending Wilmington College with a career goal of becoming a pediatric occupational therapist. She is the daughter of Jeremy and Ellen Moore.

“I always wanted to be in a career field that involved children,” said Moore. “My goal is to help children learn how to live the most normal life they can given their circumstances.”

The Ohio Harness Horsemen’s Association awarded 14 scholarships to college and postgraduate students for the 2022-2023 academic year.

The OHHA Scholarship is available to graduating high school seniors and students enrolled in a degree or certificate program. Graduate students are eligible if they are enrolled in a harness racing-specific graduate or professional-level program. The scholarships are based on academic merit and financial need and must be used towards the cost and expenses directly related to coursework and a degree being pursued at a college or university.

In addition, the applicant or a family member must be an OHHA member.

For more information:

Frank Fraas [email protected]

614-221-3650

The Ohio Harness Horsemen’s Association (OHHA) is a non-profit organization serving Standardbred horse owners, breeders, trainers, drivers, and fans who participate in the sport of harness racing in the Buckeye State.

OHHA was founded in 1953. The mission of the Ohio Harness Horsemen’s Association is to preserve, protect, promote, and serve the entire Standardbred industry in Ohio and beyond.

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