Enjoy a Western experience and family entertainment during this fall event at Will Rogers Memorial Center in the Fort Worth Cultural District Sept. 27 – Oct. 6, 2012 for the AMHA World Championship Show.

AMHA registered Miniature horses, separate from ponies and other small equine are sight to see; they must meet the association standard of perfection and cannot exceed 34 inches in height. Against the bustling backdrop of grooming stalls, warm-up rings, human and equine jitters, participants and visitors can enjoy a variety of competitions, admire the performance of skilled horses and marvel at the display of beauty and grace at this year's AMHA World Championship Show. In addition to having fun, showing is a wonderful display of the bonding between human and equine.

Each year, more than 250 AMHA-sponsored shows are conducted throughout the US and Canada. AMHA also hosts Championship Shows in the East, Central and Western United States allowing exhibitors the chance to compete for Championship titles in more than 175 classes. And for those who qualify, the AMHA World Championship Show signifies the ultimate competition. Averaging 3,100 entries and more than 180 classes, AMHA's World Championship Show is a nine-day event held annually in the fall. Stalls are elaborately decorated and many horses are for sale so it is an excellent place to view, learn and shop!