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Challa Morgans

Challa Station Morgans, owned by Ashley and Debbie Dowden, is the largest and most remote Morgan stud in the...

Omar Morgans – Stud Profile

THE STORY OF OUR STUD-OMAR MORGANS Initially, we were breeding Clydesdales and had heard of the Morgan horses imported...

Wilga Park Stud Profile

We were totally inexperienced when it all began. We were just enthusiastic Trail riders who didn’t know too much about...

Ian Leighton from Ian Leighton Horsemanship says,  “After working regularly on several Morgan studs around the country and having them show up regularly at my clinics I developed a respect for this breed. I have found them to be versatile, trainable, hardy, good doing horses that show great movement and enthusiasm for their work.

Self-carriage comes naturally to Morgan horses and stamina is also a hallmark that stands out.

All in all they are a great breed of horse for anyone wanting an all-rounder.”

 

Steve Halfpenny of Light Hands Horsemanship and the Silversand Centre says, “I can see why Eitan (of Cowboy Dressage fame) really likes Morgans. I enjoy working them because they are so trainable and are built to move the way that I like a horse to move; engaging its hindquarters and elevating its forehand.”