Iowa Equestrian Center, Cedar Rapids, IA
2018 Show Status:
The All American Miniature Horse Club host an annual Fun Show. Anyone is welcome to attend. The show is open to all Miniatures 38” & under. Horses do not have to be registered, but we ask that you please bring healthy horses. We not only offer halter and driving classes but we add in FUN classes like egg and spoon races, musical pans and barrel racing! Everyone has a good time camping. A club meeting will be held one night followed by a potluck dinner. Come meet new people and have a good time with your horse. Don't miss out on the fun show!
The All American Miniature Horse Club is known for hosting one of the top AMHR Miniature Horse shows each year in the United States. The AAMHC Show has taken place for the past 8 years. We are preparing for our 9th annual All American Miniature Horse Show in June 2017.
We have built a reputation for hosting great shows. The Iowa Equestrian Center is one of the premiere facilities in the Midwest. The entire facility is indoors and protected from the elements. Amenities include: over 200 rubber matted stalls, 10 warm water wash racks, a warm up arena and a 100 x 200 show arena.
We, as your host, strive to make your show weekend enjoyable for you and your horse. In addition, to a great facility and great classes , we offer a cart raffle and a silent auction. Each year a lucky person goes home with a BRAND NEW Jerald Cart from our cart raffle. Past items on our silent auction have included new show halters, new buckets/feed pans, new show clothes, taxidermy animals, and anything else you may need in a barn or show trailer. We have a meet and greet on Friday evening where we provide our guests with hot dogs and chips. Each morning you will find sweet rolls, coffee and juice waiting for you as you enter the barn. Above all else we strive to create a welcoming friendly and fun the environment .
Registration forms and Premium books can be found in the red box to the right.
The 2017 Fun Show has been canceled. The show committee struggled with hiring a judge and had very few horses committed to attending the show.