This horse was still showing when I started in Morgans in 1979. At that time, he was being shown only roadster to cart--and he was very good at it. He was stylish and he was fast--really fast. His sire was pure WWF and his dam was out of a Brunk mare. I had a daughter of his for a short while. I could not get her in foal so sold her to a young woman, who did get her in foal and had a nice colt from her. Sometimes it just works out that way.
This blog is dedicated to the Old Morgan--either those who are long gone or those who are contemporary and aged. I will be posting photos of historical Morgans and my own aged horses. Visitors are welcome to submit photos, both historical horses and their own aged horses. Please make the photos of reasonable size and make sure they are compressed. Include as much information as possible on each photo. Use this email addy--
I've been a student of the horse all my life and an avid reader of all sorts of books. I got into Morgans in 1979, getting my first Morgans in 1980 and then becoming a breed historian with published articles in various publications. I still have Morgans, and cats.