Welcome Login
 
 
 

Enjoy our collection of Morgan horse photos. Click on image for large view.

Miscellaneous Ads, Photos & Paintings
George Morris Ford painting of Morgan Stallions and Mares
Hearst Dispersal Sale Ad
Morgans on Parade from Roland Hill's Horseshoe Cattle Company
James Clise Morgan Team photo

Merle Little Morgans
Old Print

Historical Morgan Horse Photos:
Abbington of Shady Lawn
Agazizz
Aldebaron
Antman
Archie O

Banner RM
Bayfield
Ben Thurston
Black Hawk Riddler
Black Prince
Calabasas Gift
California Prince
Cap's Nugget
Cavendish
Charles Caffrey
Chief Justin Morgan
Chief of Chestnut
Chief Wabanaunsee
Chief Red Hawk
Chocolate
Clarion of Quietude
Clement
Congo
Danny DeJarnette
Danspar
Dedrich
Delbert
Delilah Vermont
Dewdrop
Easter Vermont
Easter Twilight
Eco Starbeau
Ferncrest Silver King
Fleetwing
Gay Mac
Green Mountain
Helen May
Herod
Homeseeker
Ingenuity
Jubilee's Atlanta
Jubilee's Lightning
Jubiloso
Katrilan
Ken Carmen
Keystone
King Corisor
King Pine
Lamont
Lee Carmen
Linsibel
Linsley
Lippitt Byfield
Lippitt Mormon
Lippitt Moro Ash
Lippitt Victory
Lockett
Major R.M.
McAllister
Merryman
Midnight Sun
Missourri King
Monte L
Monterey
Mountcrest Sellman
Nancy Rogers
Orcland Leader
Orron
Pomulus
Quintessence
Ramona Brave
Red Oak
Red Vermont
Redflash
Redman
Revere
Rhythm's Bimbo
Ringling's Revere
Royalton Joan Darling
Senator Graham
Senor Morgan
Sereno Fireflight
Sparkhawk
Squire Burger
Sun Down Morgan

Sundust
Troubador
Troubador of Willowmoor

Watch Charm
Whippoorwill Duke
Winterset
Yellowstone


 
Abbington of Shady Lawn

Contributed by Kathleen Bazinau
Photo by Donald St. Pierre
 

Agazizz
Agazizz was one of the greatest of the western bred Jubilee King sire lines. His name comes up over and over again in some of the best of the old western dam lines, including in the best of the Funquest lines with the
likes of Pazizz, yet Agazizz has been given very little credit. In the sire line he remains only through a few such as through his son Jordan and through the few stallions now tracing in the sire line to the Agazizz son Sanborn who stood at the LU and greatly improved the later stock there, and through what few may trace in the sire line to the Shawalla horses, and maybe a few others. Agazizz was also the sire of Chief Waubaunsee, the sire of King Pine, the sire of the early Caduceus breeding in the mare lines. Agazizz was also the sire of Silver Rockwood who was the founding sire of the Shawalla horses in eastern Washington, and who greatly resembled the Squire Burger horses like Whippoorwill Duke. Agazizz was also the sire of a number of the Sentney horses.

Agazizz was by Juzan (by Jubilee King out of Liza Jane by Knox Morgan), and out of Gizea who was by Go Hawk out of Liza Jane. This was very concentrated Jubilee de Jarnette/ Daniel Lambert and Knox Morgan breeding. He was thus a 3/4 brother of Squire Burger and Lamont. Agazizz was also a 3/4 brother to Glider, the first registered Morgan stallion used at the Cross Ranch in Wyoming, Glider being by Jubilee King out of Gizea. The daughters of Glider were bred to Warhawk, thus producing some wonderful Morgans of good type and elegance.

Aldebaron #12949
with Kathy Mayes up in 1968

contributed by Jerry McGuire
Archie O

contributed by Terry Jensen
Antman with Sid Spencer up

contributed by Pam McDermott
Banner RM

contributed by Terry Jensen
Bayfield
1946 bay stallion (Lippitt Scofield x Bay)


contributed by Laura Behning
Ben Thurston #4059

contributed by Jerry McGuire
Black Hawk Riddler - son of Black Hawk

Black Prince

 
 
Calabasas Gift
An example of old California breeding, linebred Sellman.



 
California Prince



contributed by Pam McDermott
Cap's Nugget




contributed by Sandy Cleveland
Cavendish
1957 stallion at age 18
Jubilee's Courage x Paragraph


 
 

Charles Caffrey
male line to
Sherman Black Hawk

 

 
 
Chief Justin Morgan #9329

contributed by Jerry McGuire
Chief of Chestnut

 
 
Chief Red Hawk #13356

contributed by Jerry McGuire
Chief Wabanaunsee

contributed by Laura Behning
Chief Wabanaunsee

contributed by Laura Behning
Chocolate #7586

contributed by Jerry McGuire
Clarion of Quietude

 
Clement

 
Congo #8354

Contributed by Jerry McGuire
Danny DeJarnette #9110

Contributed by Jerry McGuire
Danspar

   
Dedrich
at Pleasant View Ranch, J.C. Jackson & Sons, Harrison, MT


contributed by Pam McDermott
 
Delbert





Delbert with Bill Jackson #7705
contributed by Jerry McGuire (above)
 
Delilah Vermont at 3 years old

contributed by Jerry McGuire
Dewdrop
Dam of Gay Mac. By Mansfield out of Ellen by Rocky Mountain by Motion by Daniel Lambert.

Easter Twilight

Easter Vermont

 
Eco Starbeau
 
Ferncrest Silver King
 
Fleetwing

 
Gay Mac

 
   

General Knox

General Knox (Slasher). Bred in Bridport, Vermont, foaled June 1855. He was black with star and snip, nose, flanks and stifles brownish, 15 1/2 hands and weighed 1050 pounds. He was got by Vermont Hero, son of Sherman Black Hawk by Black Hawk. His dam was a large, good-fashioned bay mare, bred at Shoreham, Vermont, got by Searcher, son of Barney Henry; second dam light bay, a fast quarter mare, got by a Morgan horse out of a Post Boy mare.

He spent nearly all his days, prior to 1872, in the State of Maine, where he founded a famous line of Morgan horses. He was sold in 1872, at age 17, for $10,000 to the famous trotting horse breeding establishment of Fashion Stud Farm, Trenton, New Jersey, and spent the rest of his life there until his death in 1887 at age 30. "He was a compactly built horse, and sire of much elegant as well as fast trotting stock. He was never beaten on the turf. He left the State of Maine full of horses with grand, bold trotting style, and transmitted the trotting action with remarkable uniformity." He was rated by Wallace, the founder of the Trotting Horse Register, as one of the
all time top trotting horse sires of the nineteenth century.

From the Maine Farmer, 1870, by his owner: He had small, well-formed ears, broad head between the eyes, tapering to a thin, well-defined nose, rather thick neck, excellent fore-leg well under the body, hind leg quite remarkable for development of hock muscle-which he transmits to many of his colts- hock and knee joints well defined. The feet are perfect, the shell of unusual thickness and toughness, the body round and compact, the back short, and the loin as strong as can be found. His temper is always good, always cheerful and full of spirits and ambition, and never nervous at the most exciting sights and noises.


 
Green Mountain

 
Helen May

(left photo)
contributed by
Terry Jensen

(right photo)
contributed by
Laura Behning
Herod

 
   
Homeseeker

 
Ingenuity

 
Jubilee's Atlanta
1943 chestnut mare (Jubilee King x Lusealect)

contributed by Laura Behning
Jubilee's Lightning

     
Jubiloso

 
   
Katrilan

Ken Carmen

 
King Corisor

contributed by Laura Behning
King Pine

contributed by Laura Behning
Lamont

contributed by Terry Jensen
 
Lee Carmen
 

Linsibel
#010218
bred by Mrs. H.F. Spencer


contributed by Pam McDermott

Linsley

contributed by Terry Jensen
Lippitt Byfield

Lippitt Mormon

contributed by Joanne Hoefer
Lippitt Moro Ash

Lockett

Major R.M.
McAllister

 
Merryman
(Squire Burger x Zona Skinner)


contributed by Laura Behning
Midnight Sun

 
Missourri King

Monte L

 
Monterey

Mountcrest Sellman

Nancy Rogers
Orcland Leader & Lippitt Victory

Orron

contributed by Nancy King
Pomulus (left) and Keystone (right)

 
Quintessence

contributed by Terry Jensen
Ramona Brave

contributed by Terry Jensen
Red Oak

contributed by Terry Jensen
Redflash

 
Redman

 

contributed by Terry Jensen
(above)
Red Vermont

 
Revere

contributed by Terry Jensen
Rhythm's Bimbo

Ringling's Revere

Roscoe Sentney
Royalton Joan Darling
1946 bay mare (John A Darling X Hetty Ash)


contributed by Laura Behning
Senator Graham with Helen Greenwalt at the LU Ranch

contributed by Renee Page

Senor Morgan, Sun Down Morgan, Midnight Sun

 
     
Sereno Fireflight

 
Sparkhawk

contributed by Terry Jensen

Squire Burger

contributed by Terry Jensen

Sundust

contributed by Terry Jensen
Sunny Vermont
 
Troubador #5125


Troubador of Willowmoor #6459

 
Watch Charm

   
Winterset

   
Yellowstone


   

Miscellaneous Ads, Photos & Paintings

George Ford Morris painting of Morgan stallions and mares

 

Hearst Dispersal Sale



 
On Parade...group of Morgans from Roland Hill's Horseshoe Cattle Company
James Clise Morgan team



 
 
Merle Little Morgans
Old Print

contributed by Tania Biancon
Watches tend to be unique through most of the rolex replica sale accumulating groups within that they're 'living' items along with operating systems, he or she mentioned. The best good tag heuer replica sale, consequently, show beautiful workmanship within both style and also the problem. Probably the most stunning as well as distinctive hublot replica sale on the planet going about the public sale prevent from Christie's as well as Sotheby's within the omega replica couple of months such as a number of through Patek Philippe, probably the most well-liked luxurious view manufacturers amongst buyers. In the event that you're enticed to test your own hands from obtaining a cartier replica sale from a good public sale, here are some suggestions through tag heuer replica sale, Sotheby's globally mind associated with wrist watches. There are many elements which effect the worthiness of the luxurious view such as hublot replica, manufacturer, situation supplies, problems as well as unique functions. Situation should be thought about the most crucial and also the nearer to mint situation, the higher the tag heuer replica sale. This really is accurate with regard to each classic as well as contemporary wrist watches.
 
Manage Ads | Search Ads | Ad Info | Place Ad | Ad FAQs | Breeders Directory
Definition of Foundation | Foundation Breed Standards | Pedigree Database
Articles
| Links | Historical Photos | Shop | About this Site | Contact Us

©2006-2009 FoundationMorgans.com, all rights reserved | Please see Photo credits | Terms | Privacy
Email | Website created by Shelley Dodd