Please joins us at our next meeting which is March 17, 2018 at Western Sirloin Steak House 1911 Decherd Blvd, Decherd, TN 37324 at 12:00 Central time.
Help us make this year the best! One way to help is to get involved. Please join us at our meetings, participate in the April show or help us by working the show, and attend other functions that we have throughout the year.

During the Celebration (April’s show),which is April 7 and 8, we need Silent Auction items to be donated. Please help by asking for donations. You can bring the donated items to our March’s meeting or bring them to the Celebration. There are two major miniature horse registries that maintain pedigrees in the United States today. The AMHR (American Miniature Horse Registry) is a subsidiary of the American Shetland Pony Club. 1. They’re super-small. As their name implies, Miniature Horses are very small—in fact, they are the smallest on record. The Miniature Horses Black Beauty and Thumbelina have each held the Guinness World Record for the world’s smallest horse, with each standing about 17 to 18 inches tall—talk about tiny! They’re used as therapy horses.

  Since their small size makes it possible for Miniature Horses to go places where full-sized horses cannot, such as inside buildings and small rooms, Miniature Horses are successfully used as therapy horses. According to, Miniature Horses visit more than 45,000 people every year, bringing the joy of horses to people in a variety of situations.
They’re found in two different sizes. The American Miniature Horse Registry separates the breed into two distinct divisions, with Division A for Miniature Horses up to 34 inches and Division B for Miniature Horses ranging from 34 inches to 38 inches. This means that some Miniature Horses can be a bit taller than others, although a second breed registry—the American Miniature Horse Association— only recognizes Miniature Horses standing 34 inches or less.

 They’re found in MANY colors. Unlike some horse breeds, which are found in a fairly limited range of colors, Miniature Horses come in an amazing array of colors. In addition to frequently seen colors like black, bay, brown, gray, and chestnut, Miniature Horses can also be found in more unusual colors like cremello, perlino, pintaloosa, and champagne.

They’re not measured at the withers. Surprised? As you probably know, most horse breeds are measured at the highest point of the withers, but the notable exception to this rule is (yes!) the Miniature Horse. Minis are measured at the last hair of their mane, instead of at the withers.
;Once again, our club will be hosting the Celebration in Shelbyville, Tn. The 2018 Show would be a two day Show on Saturday and Sunday with Sunday being a half day AMHA Show. The Club’s 2018 Show is now scheduled for April 7th and 8th at the Calsonic. Dixi Cohea will be the show Manager. The Judges and the announcer (Cory) will be announced at a later time. The daily rental rate will be the same as 2017. The Club will make a $500.00 non-refundable deposit. Roger has the Contract and will sign and return to Calsonic. In order to make the show a success, we need volunteers from the club to help work the stations. If you are willing to donate your time and energy, please contact one of the officers. We need people to man the gates, pass out the ribbons, show chairperson, and etc. I am sending out a membership form. Please send it back to me or bring to the March’s meeting.

Click Below to print out Show premiums. 
The following are in PDF format and you will need Adobe reader to access them.
 Class Sponsorship Form For Show 

Tennessee Miniature Horse Celebration

April 7 & 8, 2018  
ASPC/AMHR Show Premium and Entry Form
 Download ASPC/AMHR Show Premium 

April 8, 2018
AMHA Show Premium and Entry Form
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