Morgan Horse Articles

The Jackson Morgan Horse Ranch

by Brenda Tippin

The 1870s were a time of prosperity and change in America. Montana was still a territory, a rough and unsettled frontier that challenged the most fearless and daring of the early pioneers who sought to move westward

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Headlight Morgan & Richard Sellman

The Morgan – Quarter Horse Connection

by Gail Perlee

Growing up horse crazy in Vermont, I couldn’t help knowing about the Morgan horse and its history. I had always heard that the Morgan was the oldest American breed, and that it was a factor in the formation of other breeds, including the Standardbred, American Saddlebred, Tennessee Walker and Quarter Horse.

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The History of the Morgan Horse in California

by Laura Stillwell Algranti

California, the golden state of opportunity where fads and trends often begin. A state of ocean, rich agricultural land, mountains, deserts – and Morgan horses. California has more Morgans and Morgan owners than any other state. How did the Morgan come to California and become so

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