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Ute Mt Morgans
3615 N Twin Oaks Valley Rd.
San Marcos, CA 92069
Contact: Guy and Claire Wagner
P.O. Box 221
1121 County Rd. 39
Eagleville, CA 96110
Contact: Deborah Lippitt
“340 acre hay ranch in the far northeast corner of California on the Nevada border. Breeding old style Morgans of substance and style. Horses of Lippitt and predominantly Lippitt bloodlines.
Oak Hills,CA 92344
Contact: Carol Rosique
Horses for sale;boarding;hauling;some training and lessons
1165 N. Union Road
Union, ME 04862
Contact: Heather Jackson
“Home of the Trilbster”
Brook Hill Classic Morgans
854 New County Road
Dayton, ME 04005
Contact: Heather Pinet
“Raising quality, old type Lippitt Morgans for our family and yours in southern Maine.”
Contact: Rodger and Chris Holm
“Raising Lippitt and high percentage Lippitt-bred Morgan horses since 1987. Standing the full Lippitt stallion Sandrock Joel at stud. Versatile, working ranch raised horses with wonderful willing dispositions. Devine Morgans where Pretty is and Pretty does!
194 Old Peruville Road
Groton, NY 13073
Contact: Peter Clark
Breeding and raising Lippitt Morgans in central New York with focus on type and personality; loving the work and loving the horses. Standing at Stud: Holy Moly Poseidon. Visit our website – visit our farm.
Open Road Morgans
7099 FM 331N
Bellville, TX 77418
Contact: Rob and Gail Robertson
“Standing at Stud: Open Road Blaze of Glory. Raising Lippitt Morgans of primarily Moro Hill lines. Correct Lippitts with the inquisitive Morgan disposition and eager to try new things.”
1161 Rte. 5
Springfield, VT 05156
Contact: West and Joy Smith
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Wayward Creek Farm
7934 Mill Creek Road
Walla Walla, WA 99362
Contact: Ron and Cherry Gonzales
“We live on a few acres along Mill Creek in southeastern Washington. Our Lippitts have primarily been of Meredith Bilirubin, Lippitt Ethan Ash and Equinox Royalty stock. We work on natural horsemanship, attend clinics and ride the hills that surround us. Although our intention is to breed, we are enjoying and promoting our Lippitts.”
Contact: Don and Mary Curtis
“Specializing in raising athletes of Lippitt bloodlines for over 25 years. We don’t just want beauty, we want solid using horses with good minds. Our horses are raised on 80 acres with lots of room to run. They are kind and loving (and almost too smart.) You can’t go wrong with an Okan Morgan.”
Mountain Maple Morgans
230 Bowles Lane
Afton, WY 83110-9765
Contact: Jenifer Blanchett-Morse
Standing at Stud: Randallane Oasis (Randallane Genesis X Madrona April Twilight)
“The Mountain Maple was chosen as the symbol of my Morgans to illustrate several important qualities. While not large, they are remarkable not just for their beauty but for their hardiness in this high mountain environment. We have lots of fun trying any activities we can including trail rides, moving cattle, sleigh rides, corral polo, barrels, poles, goat-cutting, etc. Successfully competing in everything from local shows to endurance rides, carriage CDEs, eventing and Hunter/Jumper is even more fun! Our classic Morgans have been doing it all since 1999. Our Lippitt stallion Randallane Oasis has been standing here since 2012. All mares settled on their first heat in his first season in western Wyoming. We’re breeding for barefoot brainy beauties who are bigger than they look. Let us help you build your horse of a lifetime.”
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