The Horse For Everyone! ™
NEW EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE FOR 2024
PRESIDENT: ANDREW MUELLER
VICE PRESIDENT: HARRY ELDER
SECRETARY: KRISTINA SLOBODY
TREASURER: AILENE TARAP
DIRECTOR-AT-LARGE: DEB HOPKINS
Important Accounts Receivable Policies Effective July 1, 2023
A $20.00 fee will be added to all work that is not accompanied with payment in full or a payment method indicated. For example, "PayPal, Use CC On File, Use ACH On File, QuickBooks Invoice."
Declined credit cards will get one contact from the AMHA office and given 14 days to pay or a $20 surcharge will be added to the invoice.
A 1.5%/month late fee will be assessed on all invoices that are 30 days or more past due
Payment in full must accompany Regional and World Show entries. Trainers are responsible for having client credit cards sent in with their paperwork or trainers will be charged and can then collect the fees from their clients. Trainers are responsible to ensure that their clients have paid in full at the end of the show or the trainer will be responsible for the client's bill.
2023 Rule Book is now online! Hard copies are available for purchase.
From the AMHA Office -
2023 HONOR ROLL AWARDS WILL BE BELT BUCKLES
Make sure your paperwork is in order - leases, owner transfers, temp to perms, and stallion changes must be done before you show. DNA kits are now being emailed directly from the lab at UC Davis. The sending email address is email@example.com Please put this email address in your contacts, so they don't get rejected or go to spam. If you need your kit mailed instead of emailed, please let us know when you order your kit. We are emailing Membership and Amateur cards, so please add our email address, firstname.lastname@example.org to your email contacts so our emails don't end up in your Junk/Spam folders. Remember, we do NOT need photos for Transfers unless the horse is also going Permanent or being registered for the first time. We have put a place for an Owner Transfer on the back, so you do not need to send us an Owner Transfer form. If you have any questions at all, please email Member Services.
in order to receive your membership cards, DNA kits, and notices from AMHA,
please add Member Services as an email contact!!
CURRENT AMHA NEWS & INFORMATION
EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY - IF YOU DNA YOUR 2023 FOAL AT THE TIME OF REGISTRATION, THE DNA IS DISCOUNTED 50% SALE ENDS AND REGISTRATION APPLICATIONS MUST BE POSTMARKED ON OR BEFORE 12/31/2023.
ALL MEMBERSHIPS NOW RUN FROM JANUARY 1ST THROUGH DECEMBER 31ST
Nov 23-24 - Office closed for Thanksgiving
Dec 25-26 - Office closed for Christmas
Dec 31 - All memberships, Am Cards, Judge's Cards expire
Jan 1 - Office closed for New Year's
Jan 15 - Deadline for 2023 Stallion Breeding Reports
March 1 - Deadline for Halter Futurity nominations
Make sure your membership is current! Make sure we have your email address.
Trainers: Order your Open Cards now!
Keep up with your paperwork - send in your transfers, temp to perms, gelding status and registrations so you are ready for the 2024 show season!
Do you want a Permanent Height Card? Be sure to send in your completed application.
Don't forget to register for the Annual Meeting in Lexington, KY
Show managers - send in your show date reservations for 2024 asap.
Annual Membership now includes a subscription to the Stud Book Online. If you don't already have an account, please contact the office to set one up.
Watch for your emailed membership renewals. We are emailing all renewals except for those that do not have an email address on file or upon request.
YOUR CONNECTION TO THE MINIATURE HORSE COMMUNITY
Through our online STALLION, FARM, TRAINER and BUSINESS Listings!
The legacy of Morton Buildings, Inc. consists of a long history of innovation. The roots of the company go back to 1903, when Interlocking Fence Company was formed by John Getz, Sr., who was at the helm until his sudden death in 1925. He was succeeded by his son Joe A. Getz, president from 1925 to 1963. Under the guidance of Joe A. Getz and John Getz, Sr., a single hardware store located in Morton, Illinois was transformed into a fence manufacturing company.
The company then began manufacturing grain handling and storage products that made the task of increasing farm productivity easier for their customers. As farm machinery began to grow in size and utilization, the need to house and protect the farm machinery and provide livestock shelter began to grow exponentially.
In the late 1940’s, Henry A. Getz, at the age of 28, while working for his father as a sales consultant, had the foresight to add simple farm buildings to the business, which set the foundation of the company we know today as Morton Buildings.
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Thank You! .....to all of our sponsors from 2020-2022 listed below. With your help we have almost reached our goal! We still have money we need to raise to reach our $100k goal. Please consider donating to this very special cause!!
Jon and Charmayne Zucker of Rockin' Z Miniature Horses
Joanne and Larry Ross of Scott Creek Farm
Debra Hopkins of Hopkins Heavensent Miniatures
Julie Good of Azariah Miniatures/Meadowind Farm
The Whitt Family of JSW Farm
Sheryl Peterson of Oak Bay Acres
Rebecca Kelley Larrison of B & D Ranch
Tony, Carol, and Lauren Greaves of Little America Miniature Horses
Dawn Henrich of Association Management And Accounting Solutions
Nicole & Boomer Pearsall of DVM Miniatures
Deanna & Lennox Scott of Wingate Training Center
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