Mini & Pony
American Miniature Horse Registry (AMHR) Youth members now have even more incentive to get their Miniature Horses shining from nose to tail, thanks to a new Youth Vetrolin® Grooming Award that has been added to the AMHR National Championship Show. Sponsored by Farnam, one lucky youth member will win a year’s supply of Vetrolin® grooming products during the AMHR National Championship Show in Tulsa, Oklahoma, September 9 – 19.
|A new Youth Vetrolin® Grooming Award has been added to the American Miniature Horse Registry National Championship Show. Sponsored by Farnam, one lucky youth member will win a year’s supply of Vetrolin® grooming products during the AMHR National Championship Show in Tulsa, Oklahoma, September 9 – 19. (Photo courtesy of Terry Washburn)|
“The American Miniature Horse Registry is really pleased that Farnam, the makers of Vetrolin® products, has added the Youth Vetrolin® Grooming Award. We will also have the AMHR Nationals Open Adult Vetrolin® Grooming Award as we have in the past,” said Johnny Robb, Director of Marketing for the American Miniature Horse Registry. “The National Championship Show brings out the best minis in the country we want to say a special thanks to Farnam for helping us recognize our best groomed horses and for providing this generous and amazing prize to one youth and one adult competitor.”
The Vetrolin® brand offers a comprehensive line of grooming products that perform to the highest standard and Vetrolin® products are renowned for their essential oils and invigorating aroma that sets them apart from the competition. The ten products in the Vetrolin® line provide a one-stop place to satisfy all your grooming needs and include bath, body wash, conditioner, detangler, green spot out, shine, liniment and liniment gel products, plus the newest additions to the Vetrolin® line: White ‘N Brite™ Shampoo and White ‘N Brite™ Body Wash.
Youth members are a large part of the AMHR National Championship show, and Robb said it is exciting that they now have their own grooming award. “The youth members work really hard to make sure their miniatures are turned out in flawless fashion, and with as many as 5000 class entries this award makes sure our top youth grooming effort will be rewarded,” Robb said.
The National Championships are the highlight of the year for Miniature Horses and classes run during the day and evening. Admission is free and spectators can enjoy shopping in the mini-mall and watching a wide range of classes. “This year spectators, as well as exhibitors, also have the opportunity to enter an amazing raffle contest to win a pink trimmed harness and an assortment of other prizes, and all of the money raised will benefit breast cancer awareness,” Robb said.
The AMHR National Championship Show offers close to 300 classes for Miniature Horses to enter, from halter and driving to jumping, costume, youth classes and more. “Miniature Horses are big fun for adults and children, so despite a tough economy the show committee is still expecting an excellent turnout,” said Robb.
For more information on American Miniature Horses, visit their website at www.shetlandminiature.com or call (309) 263-4044. For more information regarding Vetrolin® products, visit www.farnamhorse.com.
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