2009 AMHA World Championship Show


Fort Worth, TX Welcomes American Miniature Horses

The people of Fort Worth, TX welcome the competitors and spectators of the American Miniature Horse Association (AMHA) to The Will Rogers Memorial Center for the 2009 AMHA World Championship Show. The event kicks off on September 26, 2009 and offers a variety of classes for participants of all ages. Concluding on October 3, 2009 this show will prove to be a major event for the local community.

This event is free to all spectators, and begins daily at 8:00 a.m. The show schedule includes classes such as Exhibiting a Mare, Showmanship, Country Pleasure Driving and Roadster to name a few.

AMHA President Jim Barenklau of Montrose, South Dakota says “The World Show is the most prestigious World Championship Show for American Miniature Horses to be showcased. Without the World Championship Show, we could not determine World Champions. The American Miniature Horse Association thanks all those persons who support the championship shows.”

Founded in 1978, the American Miniature Horse Association promotes the breeding, use and perpetuation of a standard of equine excellence in miniature. Horses registered with AMHA must meet the Association standards of perfection and cannot exceed 34 inches in height. Headquartered in Alvarado, TX, AMHA is the world’s leading American Miniature Horse registry with nearly 180,000 horses and 12,000 members in 37 countries and provinces.

For further information contact: Alexi Jaxen at 817.877.2438 or email alexi@amha.org.