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2004 AMHA Convention Returns To Boston

Make plans now to attend the 2004 AMHA Convention in Boston. If you looking for a great way to see your Morgan friends, gain some education and have a vacation too-this convention is for you! The site will once again be the Boston Park Plaza Hotel, which was also the site of the highly successful 1997 convention. The Convention will be held February 19 - 22, 2004. Just prior to the Convention, the Boston Park Plaza Hotel will be the site for the AMHA Registry and Finance Committee meetings and the AMHA Board of Directors meetings. All members are encouraged to attend.

The convention will feature trainer roundtables, breed history, AMHA Committee Meetings, AMHA Annual Meeting of Members, AMHI Board of Trustees Meeting, AMHAY Board Meeting and National Museum of the Morgan Horse Council Meeting, plus more interesting speakers.

There will also be plenty of parties and good fun. The AMHA Awards Banquet and Luncheon will also be held to honor some of the Morgan community's top achievers. The Convention will also feature another exciting edition of the annual AMHA Stallion Service Auction.

This convention offers something for everyone. We hope to see you there! Hotel reservations must be made by January 24, 2004. The rate is $129, single-quad. Call 800-225-2008. For more information on the convention, visit the AMHA web site at

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