Welcome to The Lippitt Club, Inc.
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!
- Notice to Members: The postcards listing the candidates for office were mailed 9/7/16. Be on the lookout for them!
- Equus Survival Festivale 2016:
Our sincere thanks to Club members Michelle Scott and Judy Chace Peterson for attending this event with their Lippits as well as manning the Lippitt Club booth. If you would like to enjoy the Demo from this event highlighting Harwich Attila, please click here: Lippitt Demo at 2016 Festivale
- News Flash Regarding the T/RAP Program:
Cherry Gonzales of Walla Walla, Washington has achieved her first TRAP badge for 100 hours. Cherry is participating in the Lippitt Club Trailblazers and Reinsman Award Program with her Lippitt Morgans. They are OKAN ICEMAN 177136 and OKAN REMEMBRANCE 0183424.CONGRATULATIONS, CHERRY! We hear you are already riding toward you next 100 hours!Reports from other Lippitt Club members are starting to come in – they are digging out of the snow and mud, and hitting the trails.
Don’t forget to keep a running record of your hours in the saddle, driving in harness, at clinics or parades or simply working at home with your Lippitts. Send those Hours Logs in and get your badge for each 100 hours you participate. As long as you are a Club member your hours count!
It’s easy to sign up for the program. You can find information here:
Send your enrollment form (found at that above link) and the ONE TIME $15 fee made payable to the Lippitt Club, Inc., to:
3615 N. Twin Oaks Valley Road
San Marcos, CA 92069
- (Photo of Cherry Gonzales and Okan Ice Man.)
- 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 Lippitt Club, Inc. is now a proud sponsor of The Livestock Conservancy. To learn more, please visit their website or Facebook page.
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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