American Miniature Horse Association

Welcome to the exciting world of the American Miniature Horse. As a member of AMHA, you will become an integral part of one of the world's fastest growing equine associations, joining more than 12,000 enthusiasts in over 30 countries already enjoying membership.

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 Standard of Perfection and cannot exceed 34 inches in height measured from the last hairs of the mane.

Whether your interest is showing, breeding or recreation, AMHA offers rewarding programs, opportunities and a wide variety of resources to expand your involvement with this special equine known as the American Miniature Horse.

Now you have another way to enjoy your Miniature Horse World Calendar. Each month we will feature a new FREE download. Get this month's download here.

See your farm and horses in the next AMHA Calendar- Email for details.
Stallion Directory

Are you ready to market your stallion?

The 2015 Stallion Directory is the perfect opportunity!

Featured in the February/March issue of Miniature Horse World and on the opening page of the website, your stallion’s image, credentials and farm contact info is front and center for mare owners from around the world to access.

And the cost?  Affordable for any budget, only $65 for the year!


To include your stallion in the next Stallion Directory- Email for more info.

Miniature Horse Farms and Ranches
The AMHA's Farms and Ranches Online Directory is the "go to" for those looking to purchase or maybe just see an American Miniature horse in your area.  Do you have questions about purchasing a mini?  Have you never seen a mini?  Are you interested in learning more about owning a miniature horse?  The farms on this list would be happy to assist you by answering your questions and maybe even offering a tour of their farm.  
Registration Numbers Up in 2013
In a year where many registries are still seeing a decline in registrations, AMHA registered over 4000 Miniature horses. Over 1800 of those registrations were foals.  The number of Hardship registered horses tripled to 176 in 2013.  The increase in Hardship registrations can be attributed to the closing of the hardship option as of 12/31/2013.  The AMHA continues to carve out our role in the world of equine sports and recreational horse ownership.  We move ahead and continue to support and serve the over 218,000 Miniature horses that are registered with the AMHA world-wide.
Show Info
AMHA Show Information
There's nothing more fun than going to an AMHA show and seeing all the things that these versatile horses can do.  Did you know minis can jump and they can drive?  For a great family outing, check out one of the shows in your area.  Admission is always free and the cuteness never ends.  
Halter Futurity
The AMHA Halter Futurity is now on Facebook  
Visit us here for updates and have all of your Halter Futurity questions answered.  We look forward to hearing from you.