FAQ - About AMHA

AMHA Origins

Originally called the Morgan Horse Club, the name was changed to the American Morgan Horse Association in 1971. The Morgan Horse Club was started at the fair in White River Junction, Vermont in 1909. It now has some 12,000 members and keeps records for more than 100,000 Morgans that are alive today in the U.S. and other countries such as England, Sweden, Germany, Italy, and Australia.

Which AMHA director should I contact with a question or comment?

Your regional director(s) should always be your first line of contact. They represent you and your Morgans in all matters brought before them from the membership. Contact information for each regional director is here.  If you still need help locating contact information, either call the AMHA office during regular work hours Mon – Fri at 802-985-4944 or email info@morganhorse.com for assistance.

I am interested in serving on an AMHA committee. Whom should I contact?

Names and email contact links for committee chairpersons are available  on the Members Only section. Contact the chairperson of the particular committee that interests you to express your interest.

Does the AMHA carry equine insurance; if not who would you recommend?

AMHA does not offer equine insurance; however, there are several equine insurance carriers throughout the country. AMHA doesn't endorse any equine insurance carriers.