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    12-04-2008, 05:01 AM
  #1
Weanling
Morgans?!

I noticed more people out there with them!

I have Scarlet, registered as Blackmeadow Boleyn Girl
PKW Airwolf x Fawn Ledge Supreme
2005 Ch Morgan Mare
Blackmeadow Boleyn Girl Morgan
I've had her since last January.
Pics of her sire:
PKW Airwolf

And Smokey, registered as Windfield Gunsmoke
Equinox Tristan x Ulenfield Heather
1983 Blk Morgan Gelding
Windfield Gunsmoke Morgan
I've had him since 2001. :)


I will post pictures of them later, as I have lots but I'm going to go for now.
Share your Morgans!
     
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    12-05-2008, 09:06 PM
  #2
Foal
This Is WyleeLuvers Horsey, Wylee


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    12-06-2008, 07:38 PM
  #3
Yearling
I have ridden some Morgans in the past and they truly are wonderful horses.

The first horse I truly bonded with was a older Morgan gelding named King, who truly was a king. He was very patient with me and was such a great ride.

The other Morgan I rode was both undersaddle trained and cart trained. I worked with him undersaddle only and he was an awesome horse. Man was he stubborn though, lol.
     
    12-07-2008, 12:34 AM
  #4
Trained
Nice pedigrees!
Our Morgans share some of the same lines through Fleetwing, Superdon, and the Applevale/UVM lines. :)
I could post pictures but to be totally honest right now, I'm too lazy.
Maybe tomorrow. :p

Here's my website, they are on there.
We've got three Morgan broodmares, and some lovely Morab foals off them with my Arabian stallion.

www.whisperingsecretarabians.com

:)
     
    12-08-2008, 01:33 AM
  #5
Started
I don't have any, never ridden any, barely knew one... but I do think they're gorgeous!
     
    12-08-2008, 09:25 PM
  #6
Weanling
I've ridden and show them. I've groomed at Morgan shows more than I have ridden or driven in them. I always have fun! They are such smart animals... almost too smart for their own good lol
     
    12-12-2008, 08:22 PM
  #7
Weanling
Okay, so I keep posting replies with pictures, and I keep getting denied. :-/

So here's my web gallery.. I'm attempting amateur photography, hence the random photos in here. Anyway the first photo is my Golden, the next 8 are my gelding Smokey at 23 and 24.

The photos of the foal are of my trainer's now 2 year old who is by HVK Belle Flaire.. In the first photo she is shown with her dam.. you can see her granddam, and aunts in other photos. The pony is of no relation ;).

Then a few more of my Golden, a couple at a Yankees game, then the photos of my filly, Scarlet.. The black gelding is Smokey again. The golden in one of the snow pictures is not mine, it my trainer's brother's. If your interested, the black puppy is my boyfriend's. And that ugly kid is my boyfriend.

Okay well go look, I was just going to post certain photos but I've spent like a half hour picking them out only to get booted back again and again due to some board technicality

http://picasaweb.google.com/valiantphoto/Gallery#
     
    12-13-2008, 12:41 AM
  #8
Started
I am fond of a little injured Morgan mare. She's a sassy little broad. I don't even know her real name, but she's cute as a button.

Saddlebred Rescue just got a cute little registered driving mare: Saddlebred Rescue Angel Network - Lois Lane aka GVF Allison Command
     
    12-13-2008, 01:49 PM
  #9
Foal
I LOVE Morgans! I used to help train at a barn here in FLrodai, and that's all I ever owned up until now (I have an Appy now )

Even though I don't own them anymore here are some pics of my former ones:

Stacey (On Stage) 1990 Liver Chestnut Mare. I got her off of the barn owner, she was a repo'd rescue. Took a lot to get with her...btu she was an amazing little mare when she bonded! She was 14/3 on a good day with heels.lol, But eh coolest hing was that she just wore keg shoes and still thought she was the biggest park horse in the world! I loved her spirit. She was 14 in the pic.



This is Hank (Under FIre) He was a World Champion in Saddleseat Equitation before I had him...we found him in the back field of a breeding barn. No one even knew he existed. He is 16hands. We turned him hunter, and he is now a JR exhibitor and W/T horse in the New England area. He is now 14, 12 yrs old in pics.



This was Gizmo: he was a butthead. Lol I just had him in trade for another horse, but he is now in training for dressage and trail. He is 8 now. 6 in pics.



ANd Sparky: My 4 yr old that I sold because I busted my shoulder. I love him to death, crazy cool, 16hands and still growing when I got him: we also turned him hunter because he had a club foot so it was easier on him. He was beautiful and the most willing horse I had. The easiest I ever trained! He is now almost 7:



Ok! I'm done with the photos I swear!!! Thanks for letting me share!!

Ok maybe not...this is my Appy now.lol Kinda thrown in there...just consider her a morgan with butt spots.lol

     
    12-13-2008, 02:41 PM
  #10
Foal
Love them, and crosses too! Prefer the "old style" though, bulldoggy look...
     

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