The spring of 2019 i was scrolling through facebook and saw a listing for marana macey. Marana Morgan farm in Alberta was dispersing their morgan herd. i was immediately drawn to macey, her big stocky build, kind eye and beautiful color. i inquired about her and after talking to marilyn i knew she was the perfect addition to our breeding program. macey is homozygous for dun meaning she will always produce dun.
Breezy was my first morgan, when i was 15 i wanted my own morgan mare to train. i was specific, i was looking for a bay mare, with breeding back to beamington. We found breezy tucked away in northern minnesota at j-sun morgans. When i bought breezy she was a blank slate, she only lead which was just what i was looking for! i spent many hours working with her to gain my trust. Within a couple of months we were riding in the arena and on the trails. We even ventured out to our county fair that summer. She is truly one of a kind and likes to test my patience daily. She is one horse that would literally do anything i ask of her. Love this mare to pieces.
Belle was purchased as Ryley's riding mare, she is perfect for a beginner rider with the sweetest disposition. Belle has excellent type and the smoothest gaits. Now that our son John is old enough to ride, she has become his riding horse. She is also trained to drive. we have no idea how long it has been since she was driven last,but we have hitched her a few times, and she didn't miss a beat! Belle is an angel.
We recently acquired Mortana Ramona from the legendary Jackson Morgan Ranch in harrison mt. We are calling her "dixie" for her sweet and sassy personality. she will be a cornerstone of our upcoming breeding program of western bred morgans.
updated photos coming this spring!
We acquired "babe" as we are calling her, from the bowie texas livestock barn. babe only had a few days at the sale barn in texas before they would ship her to slaughter. She had been purchased by the barn from a sale in Kentucky. i have been doing some back tracking and have found that she was owned by an amish family and she was the children's horse. We hope to make her my husband Ryley's new riding mare and raise a few foals with her. She will also be a cornerstone of our upcoming breeding program.