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post #11 of 12 Old 03-04-2007, 05:16 PM
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My trainers pony Chloe is a morgan and she is so reliable. She is the best pony I have ever ridden and she does more than half the horses in my stable does.

Here are some pics of her and you would never guess she was a morgan either.

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It is the one thing that keeps me from being just a girl
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post #12 of 12 Old 03-04-2007, 10:13 PM Thread Starter
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I've seen some pretty flighty morgans since I've started working with them, but you'll find flighty horses in any breed.

Most morgans now are being bred not only for performance, but for size.
Here's Toby, my mom's and my horse.

Lindsey Thomas(me), up.

He's extremely strong, and very well built.

My mom's not a small lady, and she looks great on him. I even put my 6'2" boyfriend on him. Who weighs about 230 and plays football. He's a big guy, and Toby has no problem with him.

But then if you prefer the slight built morgans, which are normally used for english, and mostly saddle seat, here's the newest addition to the barn.

Her name's Dixie, she's about 15.3 hands and she's shown park.

Ginger Mullendore(my trainer), up.

But if you so choose to get a big build english horse, there's McGee.

Lindsey Thomas(me), up.

I've only met a few morgans that I didn't like. But I've definately found some that weren't my style.

I like the bigger horses, cause I'm not a little girl. I like a big powerful horse that'll go through that gait and blow everyone's mind. My horse, Opie, is a bigger built english horse, now as big as McGee, but he's decent, he's about 15.3 hands.

He's really fun, and we're probably going to Nationals this year, I'm stoked.
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