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    03-01-2011, 08:13 AM
Oh wow, if it weren't for the color difference between Tori and Jack I would think I was looking at my boys face! Well, I guess I know which side that came from! Gorgeous girl!
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    03-12-2011, 12:25 AM
I don't come on this forum much, but Morgans are always a topic of interest. We currently have three.

Dazzle, the full sister to champion stallion Ancan True Colors. 14.1 palomino mare.

We also have Concensus, a Whitmorr Law and Order son.

And then Alice, who is by Futuritys Ellusion (x Futurity Royal Love [x UVM Promise]) and out of a mare by Tara's Hallmark. Alice's maternal half brother is a successful reining horse with several world titles. Sadly she didn't have that luck and we recently rescued her.

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    03-13-2011, 11:09 AM
Aww. She is so cute. Love the green (gosh, I just forgot what it was called. Halter?).
    03-13-2011, 09:20 PM
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This is Carl, purebred Morgan gelding....absolutely gorgeous guy!! He isnt mine, but a horse I used to care for, sadly he passed away this past year to EPM....but my gosh was he a beauty!!!!

Pics really don't do him ANY justice! :(
    02-11-2012, 08:01 PM
This is my baby boy :) i've had him since he was 9. He'll be 18 in june . :)

    02-12-2012, 11:35 AM
You any of you Morgan people know anything about the gaited Morgan. I had a mare that was gaited, she passed away last May due to a foaling complication. I was just wondering if anyone knows the gaits.
    02-12-2012, 11:45 AM
CMarie, while I do not personally know what gaits the gaited Morgan performs other than 'singlefooting', perhaps the Morgan Single-footing Horse Organization could help you out: Morgan Single-footing Horse Association says this:

Gaited Morgans are often called "singlefooters", but may do a variety of intermediate gaits between the walk and canter. These gaits can include:

Stepping Pace - an uneven 1-2 3-4-beat
Running Walk - an even 1-2-3-4-beat
Foxtrot - the only diagonal gait (opposite front/rear legs move together) and is an uneven 1-2 3-4 beat
Finally there is what some call the "singlefoot"/saddle gait - one hoof at a time hits the ground and this is at an even interval 1-2-3-4-beat gait. This gait is smooth and fast. This is the gait Jellico Farms Gaited Morgans is trying to achieve with our breeding program. The even four-beat gait has been compared to riding in a Cadillac versus an old worn out farm pickup. It is this plus some.
Gaited Morgans - Gaits
    02-12-2012, 11:51 AM
Absolutely lovely guys! I have known a few Morgans and loved them all!

Here is Rick. We believe him to be Morgan/? Cross. What do you Morgan guys think?
What really tipped me off was his head, build, neck, hind quarters, and his super nice mane and tail. So not QH like. A total mystery saved from heading to the meat barn. Love this guy, doll of a personality, calm, safe, intelligent, nice mover, only about 14.2/14.3 around 900lbs. I positively know he isn't a Quarab, I've had several and he doesn't carry a single trait of an Arabian.

    02-12-2012, 12:14 PM
Originally Posted by aneternalflame    
CMarie, while I do not personally know what gaits the gaited Morgan performs other than 'singlefooting', perhaps the Morgan Single-footing Horse Organization could help you out: Morgan Single-footing Horse Association says this:

Gaited Morgans - Gaits
Thank you for the info.
    02-14-2012, 03:17 AM
Mine is only a morgan mix....but I love him any way.

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