The excitement is building as the arrival date for the “World’s smallest Horses” is quickly approaching the grand city of Ft. Worth, TX

The excitement is building as the arrival date for the “World’s smallest Horses” is quickly approaching the grand city of Ft. Worth, TX.

 The Will Rogers Memorial Center in Ft. Worth, TX is set to host the 2009 AMHA World Championship Show and everyone is invited to attend. This is great fun for the whole family and admission and parking are free.

 Beginning September 26th the AMHA Youth will open the 2009 AMHA World Championship Show by competing in 32 world championship classes. The AMHA World Championship Show begins daily at 8:00 a.m. The show schedule includes classes such as Jumping, Showmanship, Country Pleasure Driving and Roadster just to name a few of the categories.

 The conclusion of the AMHA World Championship Show will be the evening of October 3rd with the parade of Grand Champions from this 10 day equine extravaganza.

 The city of Ft Worth, TX will receive an estimated 13.7 million dollar boost in its economy, when approximately 3,200 miniature horses compete for Grand Championship titles in the 2009 AMHA World Championship Show. All entries will be vying to win awards and cash prizes totaling over $230,000.00.

 Get close and personal with the most sought after equine friend, the “American Miniature Horse”, standing no more than 34 inches in height (smaller than a large dog). Walk the barns and meet passionate owners, world class trainers and the intriguing American Miniature Horse. Pick out your favorite Miniature horse and cheer them on from the spectator seats of the awesome climate controlled “Will Rogers complex”.

 Exhibitors from 44 states, 3 Canadian provinces, Germany, France, Holland, and the Netherlands stand a chance to receive custom made trophies, Bob Berg trophy belt buckles, Tioga Territory championship jackets, championship horse coolers and prize money.

 For the horse enthusiast, check out the trade show with vendors from across the country presenting their unique equine related products for essential and not so essential equine needs.

The AMHA President Jim Barenklau of Montrose, South Dakota says, “The World Show is the most prestigious show for the American Miniature Horse to be showcased. Without the World Championship Show, we could not determine World Champions. 

The American Miniature Horse Association thanks all those who support AMHA Championship Shows.”

Contact information: Teri Collins 254-913-7476 or Nancy Grizzaffi 713-805-4877  the American Miniature Horse Association at www.amha.org