TULSA -- The world's largest miniature horse competition came to Tulsa Monday.
The American Miniature Horse National Show took to the Expo Square. The 2016 AMHR National Championship is the biggest little horse show in the world.
More than 15,000 horses are competing in 418 different classes, including a costume contest.
"You might see, Moby Dick, you might see stage coach presentation, you might see the Addams Family come in. I believe we had Buffalo Bill and the Wild West Show," said Karen Shaw, AMHR Amateur Chairman.
The event is set to continue through September 18. Admission is free.
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