2017 Scholarship Payout Schedule

Scholarship Payout Schedule for 2017 Diann Chase Longhorn Scholarship Expo

Showmanship will pay a total of $48,000
The 4 age divisions will be split into 2 classes.
Each of the 8 classes will pay $6,000 as follows:

1st – $1,500
2nd – $1,150
3rd – $900
4th – $650
5th – 10th – $300 = $1800

Speech Contest will pay a total of $36,000
Each of the 4 age divisions will pay $9,000 as follows:

1st – $2,300
2nd – $1,950
3rd – $1,600
4th – $1,350
5th – 10th – $300 = $1,800

Extemporaneous Essay Contest will pay a total of $10,000
Each of the 4 age divisions will pay $2,500 as follows:

1st – $800
2nd – $700
3rd – $500
4th – $300
5th – $200

Short Course Quiz will pay a total of $10,000
Each of the 4 age divisions will pay $2,500 as follows:

1st – $800
2nd – $700
3rd – $500
4th – $300
5th – $200

Shop Projects will pay a total of $24,000
2 categories – Metal and Wood with 4 age divisions in each category for a total of 8 divisions
Each of the 8 divisions will pay $3,000 as follows:

1st – $1,500
2nd – $900
3rd – $600

All-Around will pay a total of $12,000
Each winner of the 4 age divisions will receive $3,000

Livestock Judging will pay a total of $10,000
Each of the 4 age divisions will pay $2,500 as follows:

1st – $1,250
2nd – $750
3rd – $500

Art Contest will pay a total of $12,000
2 categories – Paintings and Drawings or Photography with 4 age divisions in each category for a total of 8 divisions. Each of the 8 divisions will pay $1,500 as follows:

1st – $700
2nd – $500
3rd – $300

Shop Projects will pay a total of $24,000

The Laura Harding Perseverance Award will pay a total of $5,000
Two recipients will receive a $2,500 scholarship

Carolyn Hunter Memorial Scholarship is a $5,000 scholarship

The Randy Travis Rise and Shine Scholarship is a $10,000 scholarship

Champion Scholarship is a $1,000 scholarship

The Luck-of-the-Draw Scholarship is a $1,000 scholarship
Two will be awarded.

The extra activities and scholarships total $175,000 leaving $225,000 to be distributed to the exhibitors for class placings in the Texas Longhorn show. Sixth through tenth will receive $150. 1st through 5th place money will be determined by the number of classes. If for example there are 60 classes, we will divide 60 into $225,000 which equals $3,750.
$3,750 is the amount for each class, and we would distribute the money as follows:

Each class in the Texas Longhorn Show will pay $3,750
1st – $800
2nd – $700
3rd – $600
4th – $500
5th – $400
6th – 10th – each receive $150 = $750

Remember this is merely an example; 1st-5th place money will change if we have more or less than 60 classes. Additionally, all class winners will receive a buckle.