Morgan Colors- Buckskin Morgan Horses. THE BRONZE PROMISE (UVM Promise x Cascade Cadence), 1994 buckskin stallion owned by Erin Silver. Photo courtesy of Kathy DeFazio
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Morgan Horse They have sturdy, short-coupled, powerful bodies, arched necks with high head carriage. They should present an elegant overall picture, with clean lines, but not overly refined. They should have fantastic endurance and a willing attitude, excelling in all disciplines.
Beautiful Morgan Horse "River Riders Rich", Lippitt stallion.
A Morgan horse!
Morgan horse - the old-style Morgans are my very favorite
SPRINGLAKE PALLIDIN - Brown Morgan horse stallion
great looking horse (Morgan)
In The Black is a 12 year old registered black Morgan gelding who stands at 15.0hh with a temperament of 5.
Handsome 1999 15.2 H sooty metallic Morgan stallion, Ranchboss Cortez from Australia. Frozen semen is available to North America for this very correct and talented lad. Contact Wilga Park or the Morgan Horse Association of Australia. http://www.wilgaparkmorgans.com.au/RanchbossCortez.php
Proud bay stallion
American Morgan Horse Association Conformation is the degree of perfection of the component parts and their relationship to each other. The head should be expressive with broad forehead; large prominent eyes; with straight or slightly dished short face; firm fine lips; large nostrils and well-rounded jowls. The ears should be short and shapely, set rather wide apart and carried alertly. Mares may have a slightly longer ear. -
TAN WAR BIRD - Buckskin Morgan Horse Mare
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Stilwell Thunder - Morgan Stallion
The Morgan horse is one of the earliest horse breeds developed in the United States. Tracing back to the foundation sire Figure, later named Justin Morgan after his best-known owner, Morgans served many roles in 19th-century American history, being used as coach horses and for harness racing, as general riding animals, and as cavalry horses during the American Civil War. Img: Marvelous Intrigue, 1990 stallion lippitt breeding with a dash of Jubilee & Ben Don