October 2, 2016 - Jon Wolf
All American Miniature Horse Club would like to introduce our clinician for the Oct.2, 2016 clinic located at the Benton County Fairgrounds in Vinton, IA. This clinic will follow our Saturday, Oct. 1 Fun Show.
Jon Wolf will be presenting our clinic, Sunday Oct.2, concentrating on Conformation, Showmanship and Obstacles.
Jon developed the Horse Science curriculum at Black Hawk College, Galva, Illinois in 1974 and retired after 31 years of teaching a full array of equine classes. He coached many successful youth and collegiate horse judging teams. Later on, he returned to Black Hawk for three years to serve as the college recruiter and now substitute teaches K-12 in his spare time. Wolf holds breed judging cards with the AMHR, ASPC and AMHA and has judged horses for over 40 years. He currently operates Jon Wolf Consulting which includes Perfect Practice Horse Judging DVDs for youth. He and his wife, Jane, reside in Galva, Illinois.
The Jon Wolf clinic will begin at 9 AM on Sunday, Oct. 2 with Conformation - Have you ever wondered if your horse is good enough to show? Is that horse appropriate for that division? - Come to this clinic and learn how to judge your horse. Next Jon Wolf will discuss Showmanship - Do you understand the scoring and requirements for a good score? - and third will be Obstacles - your horse steps off the side of the bridge, did you realize that is -3 points? Learn how to improve your obstacle class scores. Learn the scoring system so you can succeed.
We are looking for volunteer horses to join in for the Conformation portion. We need all types
and all heights to compare the difference and to LEARN! Everyone is welcome to participate in
the Showmanship and obstacle portion as well. Bring required clothing for showmanship as in
long sleeves, hats, gloves, boots. Come on out and Have Fun! Join your All American Miniature
Horse Club on Oct. 1 and Oct. 2 in Vinton, IA. We have been informed the flooding may affect
Vinton so access to the fairgrounds from the north may not be available but access from the
south will not be affected
and the fairgrounds will not be
involved. Questions? Email
call (319)480-5577 or (319)-480-2562.
March 19, 2016 - Dental and Nutritional
The All American Miniature Horse Club is having a Dental and Nutritional clinic March 19, 2016 at the home of Scott, Denise, Mason Wiles starting at 10:00 am. Our clinician is Dr. Jackie Bradley from Quail Run Vet Service in Roland, IA. She is also is the vet for Prairie Meadows in Ankeny, IA. We still have openings for the dental exam portion of this clinic. Cost is $65.25 for exam. Please contact Tammy if you would like to have your horse evaluated and treated for dental needs at this clinic. The club will have a main dish and ask that you bring a dish to pass. Please email Tammy Lowe for more information - email@example.com - or call Tammy at 563-260-2285.
October 3, 2015 - Showtime Training Stables
All American Miniature Horse Club is having a clinic in Anamosa, IA! October 3, 2015. Robby
and Andrea Barth from Showtime Training Stables will be presenting. They will cover
halter and driving your miniature horse.
April, 2015 - Ricky Wardlaw Performance Clinic
All American Miniature Horse Club is having a clinic in Anamosa featuring Ricky Wardlaw.
The focus of the clinic will be on performance horses.
SHOWTIME TRAINING CENTER
PROFESSIONAL DRIVING CLINIC WITH ROBBY AND ANDREA BARTH
Check in 10:00 - 10:30 a.m.
Clinic Starts at 10:30 a.m. Private Lessons will follow.
The All American Miniature Horse Club offers a wide variety of clinics throughout the year. Members are able to attend the clinics for free or at a very low cost. None members are always welcome to attend for a fee. Many of the clinics the AAMHC offers are "hands on" clinics. We encourage the participants to bring their horses and work with the instructors in a very up close atmosphere.
April 1, 2017 - Showtime Training Center
Professional Driving Clinic with Robby and Andrea Barth
Clinic begins at 10:30am
Location: Showtime Training Center
20915 110th Street
Westgate, Iowa 50681
Topics will include: Selecting and starting driving prospects, properly fitting equipment,
demonstrations of driving divisions in both
miniatures and Shetlands, and fine-tuning
driving horses for the show ring.
Following the clinic, there will be ten private lessons available. All horses or ponies participating in private lessons must be broke to drive, have a current coggins, and be up-to-date on vaccinations. Participants are responsible for providing their own equipment. Lessons may be combined into small groups as appropriate. Please fill out the RED BOX to the right to sign up for a private lesson.
Robby and Andrea have been long-standing participants in the ASPC/AMHR and have trained and exhibited 35 Congress and National Grand/Stakes Champions. In addition to performing all of the driving training at Showtime Training Center, Robby is a skilled farrier and does all of his own shoeing. Over the years, Robby has broke hundreds of horses to drive, and continues to add to the list each year. Andrea is a carded judge in ASPC/AMHR for all divisions and also earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Animal Science with an Equine Emphasis. Together, they make a great team and look forward to sharing their knowledge and experience with you!
Please note: No dogs or other animals are allowed at the clinic, with the exception of service animals. Please bring a chair and dress for the weather.
Please bring a dish for the Pot Luck lunch.
Members of the All American Horse Club (paid and current as of Jan. 31, 2017): Free
Non-members: $40.00 per person.
Private lessons: $50.00 per horse/lesson. This fee is paid directly to Showtime Training Center and
will be collected as soon as you arrive to the clinic. You must present your current coggins and
up-to-date on vaccinations records at the time of arrival. Your horses can NOT be unloaded from
your trailer until all paperwork is approved.
Sign Up for Private Lesson:
The 10 Private lesson spots will be held until March 9 for Active (attended 3 or more meetings in
the past year)/Paid members. Non-active/paid members and non-members will be put on a
waiting list. On March 10 non-active/paid members who are on the waiting list will be placed in
private session times in the order their forms from the RED BOX (on the right) were received. On
March 17 any remaining Private Sessions available will be released to non-members.
You will be notified via e-mail when you when a Private Session spot has been reserved for you.