Articles: Press Release
Over $50,000 in Cash and Prizes Awarded-
The 2007 Platform(r) American Miniature Horse Registry
National Championship Show
Owner Handler, Edward McCarthy gives fans one more look at
Grand Champion Under Mare, Michigan's Sharp Little Image after the
American Miniature Horse Registry
Phone # 309-263-4044
TULSA, OK- The annual Platform(r) American Miniature Horse Registry
(AMHR) National Championship Show is took center stage September
6-17th at the Expo Square Arena in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The 2007
Platform(r) AMHR National Championship Show is more than 6500 entries
competing for over $50,000 in cash and prizes.
The Platform(r) AMHR National Championship show offered over 300
classes for Miniatures Horses. Classes were split for division "A"
Miniatures called "Under", which stand at 34" and under and
Division "B" Miniatures called "Over", which can measure up to
38" tall. These miniature horses competed in driving, jumping,
costume, youth classes, amateur classes and halter.
Top honors in the halter division go to the Grand Champion Mare,
Stallion, and Gelding. The 2007 Grand Champion Mare Under was
Michigan's Sharp Little Image owned and shown by Edward McCarthy II.
Grand Champion Mare Over was awarded to Starstrucks Gold's Bay
Beauty owned by Bobbie Kay Bower. Grand Champion Gelding Under honors
went to Tibbs Chico Bandito owned by Tracey and Corey Conrad and
shown by Mike McCabe. Grand Champion Gelding Over went to Wallstreets
Rock E Mr. Mitz, owned by Larry and Debra Laramore and shown by
Belinda Bagby. Tops in the stallions division went to Grand Champion
Stallion Under, D &S Pharoah's Fortune owned by Vickie Tobin and
Ericka Killian, shown by Larry Parnell . Grand Champion Stallion
over went to N.J.'s Sandhill Spirit owned by Andrew and Laurie
Villalpando, shown by Gary Yeager, Jr. Complete results for the
show can be found at www.horseshowsonline.com.
This year the show highlights will be televised to air on RFD-TV on
October 21st at 4 PM EST. So if you missed what will undoubtedly go
down in the records book as the most exciting Miniature Horse
National Championship to date, be sure to check you local listings to
catch all the excitement on RFD-TV.