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Join AMHA In Orlando!



The American Morgan Horse Association (AMHA) is pleased to extend an invitation to current members of other equine organizations for a fun day of events at its annual Convention, to be held in 2012 in Orlando, Florida. The event will take place at the Hilton Walt Disney World® Resort, March 1-March 3, 2012.
 
On Thursday, March 1, three leaders in the sport horse arena will bring their expertise to the table for convention goers. Bill Woods has been recognized by the United States Dressage Federation at one of the 20 most influential members in the organization's history. David Saunders is an award winning four-in-hand driver and is the former head coachman for the Duke of Edinburgh. Wendy Ying, DVM is a champion combined driving competitor who qualified a four-in-hand team for the World Equestrian Games in 2010. 
 
On Friday, March 2, an introduction to what is new in show ring attire will be presented in a fashion show. And on Saturday, March 3, the seminars will focus on two themes: marketing and horse health, all with an emphasis on helping the horse owner.
 
"Since we have such a variety of special seminars planned, we thought we would open this up to the greater equine world," said AMHA Executive Director, Julie Broadway. "And the schedule still isn't completely finalized, so we'll be adding even more exciting seminars in the coming weeks!"
 
AMHA is pleased to offer its member price to other organizations. The price for a one-day pass is $85. Pre-registration is encouraged, but not required. Convention attendees can also take advantage of discounted rates and extended hours offered at the Walt Disney World® Resort as well as an unbeatable hotel room rate at the Hilton Walt Disney World® Resort. For more information and for updates, go to www.morganhorse.com/association/annual_convention

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