Youth > AMHyA Executive Committee
The 2021 AMHyA Executive Committee works with the AMHA Executive Committee to help plan activities and events for AMHA Youth on a nationwide scale. In addition to this, the Youth Executive Committee is also responsible for executing fundraising and procuring donations for said activities. Above all, council members serve their club and association by setting examples of sportsmanship, community, and unity within AMHA.
If you would like to hold a leadership position - please review the AMHyA Leadership Manual.
For more information call the AMHA Office 817-783-5600 with any questions.
Hi my name is Kameron Welma and I live in Kyle, Texas. I have been showing horses for 11 years, since I was 7 years old with Tony and Lauren Greaves with Little America Miniature Horse Ranch. I love to share the joy of miniature horses with others through visiting nursing homes, talking with visitors at shows, and helping Mr. Tony at various events.
Along with showing horses, I am an Eagle Scout, varsity athletic trainer for Hays High School, a cadet in the Fire Academy, a certified scuba diver, and a Special Olympics volunteer. I love anything that puts me in the outdoors; camping, hiking, kayaking, fishing, etc.
Photo by Lauren Greaves
AMHyA VICE PRESIDENT
Hi, my name is Sophie Sachtleben and I live in Austin, Texas. I enjoy hanging out with my friends and working with my minis. I hope to become a nurse anesthetist and I am a senior in high school currently. I have been showing horses for about 10 years and have been showing at AMHA for 7 years. I look forward to this show season and working with our team to have the best year yet!
My name is Braeden Barnett and I am 16 years old. I live in Jayess, Mississippi and have been an active AMHA member since 2008. I’m currently the Eastern Regional Vice President. The miniature horse has been my heart and passion for 12 years now, aside from showing miniatures in AMHA, AMHR, 4-H and my local club I am also an active member in my home church as praise singer, youth drama team leader and volunteer children’s church worker. My future plans are to continue showing in hopes of one day becoming a trainer.
My name is Kayla, I’m the treasurer and I’ve been showing minis for 7 years now.
AMHyA WESTERN VICE PRESIDENT
Hi I’m Bella! I’m the Western VP, I have 3 minis of my own and I’m a red black belt in karate. I can’t wait for the show season this year!
AMHyA CENTRAL VICE PRESIDENT
I’m Kylie I’ve been showing horses for 6 years I just got my first horse that I own I’m on varsity cheer and I’m on student council I’ve been on other youth councils for my local club as well
AMHyA EASTERN VICE PRESIDENT
My name is Megan Postletheweight and I am 17 years old. I have been showing minis since 2017. I am self trained with my 3 miniature horses and I have trained them myself. Besides miniatures, I also have 2 “big” horses that I ride and show. I love to share my horses through social media, parades, therapy horse visits, demos/expos, and more.
AMHyA DIRECTORS AT LARGE
Hey everyone, I’m Danyal Kheyroolla! I’m in tenth grade, and I enjoy working with horses and programming. I have been working with horses for around 5 years now, and I have been a member of the Executive Committee for 2 years.
Hi my name is Hayden Menzies I am your director at large for the 2020-2021 show season. I have been showing minis for 4 years. I also show Shetland ponies for ASPC. I love showing minis because of the people you meet and the experience you get, along with the opportunities you come across.