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Thank you for visiting The Lippitt Club website. With over thirty pages of valuable information and photos, we hope you’ll find just what you’re looking for.

Please feel free to contact any of our Board Members with questions, and consider helping us spread the good word about the Lippitt Morgan by sharing with your friends!



  • 2016 LC Spring Meeting Announcement:
SmartPak Presents: Smart Feeding Practices (Seven Practical Equine Nutrition & Management Tips)

·         Location: Brook Hill Classic Morgans, Dayton ME (854 New County Rd, Dayton ME 04005)

·         Date/Time: May 7, Pot Luck beginning at 11 a.m., SmartPak presentation at noon and brief Club Meeting thereafter.

·         The Lippitt Club is hosting this fun and FREE educational presentation from SmartPak, as part of their annual meeting on May 7, 2016. The presentation portion of the meeting is open to all horse people – you don’t have to be a member of the Lippitt Club or a Morgan owner to attend! Don’t miss this great learning opportunity, chance to meet with two members of the SmartPak team in person, and a chance to win SmartPak’s raffle prize!

Please RSVP to Heather Pinet at brookhillmorgans@gmail.com or by phone at 207-499-7189 by Sunday May 1st. Please share with your horse friends!

If time allows, we’ve got a number of Denlore’s recordings of past Lippitt Country Shows, tons of Lippitt photos, and 6 Lippitts out in the barn that love attention.

We’ll have the grill going for burgers and dogs (yes, we’re pushing for an early summer!) and potluck of appetizers, salads and desserts.  To top off the day, we’ll do a little birthday party for the Brook Hill Queen, Special Occasion who turns 25 a few days before.

To RSVP, please email us at brookhillmorgans@gmail.com  or call 207.499.7189

We welcome current, past and potential members to join us – would love to have you!

From VT, NH, MA, CT area:Start on I-95 towards Maine/Portsmouth NH (toll road)Go approx. 42 miles to Exit 32 towards Biddeford, ME (toll booth)Turn Right onto ME-111/Carl Broggi Hwy (Go past Wendy’s/Walmart on left, Home Depot/Kohl’s on right, Olive Garden/Target on left).From ME-111, turn right on Hill Rd (set of lights).  At end of Hill Rd, turn left.  At stop sign, turn Right onto Rte 35/Goodwins Mills Rd. At stop light, turn Right (Dayton Country Store on right, Rte 5 & 35 Auto Repair across the street)Go approx. 1 mile on Rte. 5/New County Rd. (Gould Rd will be on your right; we are just a few houses further down on the left) Driveway is on left, just after a log cabin.  Maroon sign for Brook Hill Classic Morgans by mailbox. Driveway is long dirt drive, down a hill, across a brook and up another hill.  Tan cape and barn with maroon shutters and doors.

There are 5 obnoxious Dachshunds, a Rabbit and a Cat on guard duty; feel free to ignore all of them!

From Northern Maine locations:

Start on I-95 towards NH/MATake Exit 36 for I-195 towards Saco/Old Orchard Beach. Take very next exit – Exit 1 to Industrial Park Rd.  Turn left at stop light.Go .5 mi, turn Right ono ME-112/North St.Go 2.3 mi to Loudon Rd, turn Left (Dupuis Standardbred Farm will be on the corner, large front pasture usually with mares/foals out) At end of Loudon Rd, turn Right on to Rte. 5/New County Rd towards Dayton.  Go approx. 3.2 miles  Driveway is on right, immediately after a tan farm house with red barn, dilapidated 3 rail wooden fence in front.  Maroon sign for Brook Hill Classic Morgans by mailbox.  (There is a log cabin just after the driveway.)

If you come to Gould Rd on your left, you’ve gone just a bit too far.Driveway is long dirt drive, down a hill, across a brook and up another hill.  Tan cape and barn with maroon shutters and doors.

There are 5 obnoxious Dachshunds, a Rabbit and a Cat on guard duty; feel free to ignore all of them!

Any questions, please call us at 207.499.7189

Note: If you would be interested in hosting a future meeting, have suggestions for venues, speakers, topics, etc. please reach out to any of our Board members.  We welcome any and all ideas!

  • Recognition as an Endangered Horse:

          The Lippitt Morgan is now on two organizations’ endangered list. For those that love the “classic” Morgan, this is a tragedy. The numbers of Morgans, including Lippitt Morgans has gone down each year for the last 10 years. The number of people breeding Lippitts (and other “families” in the Morgan breed) has gone down also due to the economy. If you love the Morgan and love the original traits that made the Morgan such a special horse, the Lippitt is for you. Join us to learn about the Lippitt Morgan and help preserve these wonderful horses


The Morgan breed was started with a single stallion – Figure, also known as Justin Morgan. The Lippitt Club strives to preserve and promote the original Morgan horse.

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