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silvergrace 01-13-2011 02:25 PM

Hi a am new to minis
 
A have had horses and ponies all of my life and I would too to show and breed mnis so lather on this year I am looking for start buying some as come soon lather this tear I would like to show and breed them
if I can but for know I would like to get as must info on them as in can

I am after some info on minis?

thanks

aandbminis 01-13-2011 03:46 PM

Hey....welcome to minis lol
Do you have any specific questions? AMHA and AMHR are the two registries. In AMHA your horse must by 34' or under and in AMHR you can have a B sized horse that can be 38'- 34' or the A sized which is 34' and under. Both AMHA and AMHR have National or World shows every year with local shows around the country. As far as bloodlines I would just look around and see what you like and what is winning in the show ring(if you are wanting to show and breed whats winning). As far as I know every state has a local mini club that you can get involved with ( not sure where you live, you might live in another country lol but I would google miniature horse clubs in your area...great place to start) but here are the links to amha AMERICAN MINIATURE HORSE ASSOCIATION and AMHR Welcome to Shetland
Let us know if you have any other questions Good Luck

silvergrace 01-15-2011 04:17 PM

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Originally Posted by aandbminis (Post 888659)
Hey....welcome to minis lol
Do you have any specific questions? AMHA and AMHR are the two registries. In AMHA your horse must by 34' or under and in AMHR you can have a B sized horse that can be 38'- 34' or the A sized which is 34' and under. Both AMHA and AMHR have National or World shows every year with local shows around the country. As far as bloodlines I would just look around and see what you like and what is winning in the show ring(if you are wanting to show and breed whats winning). As far as I know every state has a local mini club that you can get involved with ( not sure where you live, you might live in another country lol but I would google miniature horse clubs in your area...great place to start) but here are the links to amha AMERICAN MINIATURE HORSE ASSOCIATION and AMHR Welcome to Shetland
Let us know if you have any other questions Good Luck

thanks :)


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