Ragtime Bojangles; submitted by Frances Luse.
The versatile Morgan Horse! We are celebrating this breed as our June Breed of the Month on
YourDressage! We recently asked our social media followers to share photos of their favorite Morgans, and we’ve got lots to share! Visit us all through the month of June as we share stories and photo galleries from Morgan owners, breeders, riders, and fans. Missed Parts One and Two of The Versatile Morgan? Check them out – Part One, Part Two
Dressage riders who choose Morgans as their mounts are eligible for special awards through the Adequan®/USDF All-Breeds Awards program, as the
American Morgan Horse Association is a participating organization!
The Veiled Prophet “Sam” on his 30th bday enjoying retirement after competing through 2nd level dressage. After being the best all around 4H and Equestrian team horse a girl could ask for! – Carrie E.
21yr old (waaay older rider😊) Going to ride training level 3 – Karen R.
Mr. Wonderful, my 10 y/o Morgan cross. We’ve been mainly focusing on hunter/jumpers but hope to show some dressage soon! – Kristen B.
Equinoxx Ebony Knight – Kim R.
Mistylane’s First Edition 1st Level – Linda L.
My darling Ensbrook Trivanti, my FEI dressage horse, and so much more…. hunter pleasure horse, lesson pony, trail mount, showmanship pro…. – Meghan R.
Not to mention, best friend💙 – Meghan R.
Loki the mischievous 8 year old. We are just beginning our journey and moving up to Training Level. – Niki S.
My morgan cross that is just starting under saddle. She is so talented I look forward to how well we will be doing soon. – Robin A.
Festivalbossa Nova does everything driving, saddleseat, hunter/jumper, dressage, trail. Now he is a lesson horse back in saddleseat – Julia P.
Kennebec Echo, Rugby’s half brother and full brother to Kennebec Ladyhawke. Another true versatile Morgan. – Kathleen B.
He also just won his division at GMHA horse Trials last weekend out of 17 in Novice. – Kathleen B.
He also was just at GMHA a few weeks before at A combined driving EVENT, he also skijored this winter and is showing first level! – Kathleen B.
Kennebec Rugby, his main career is Eventing, he’s competed Up to Prelim and we recently just won the Training division at GMHA out of 18 horses. We’re off to a USDF show tomorrow where he’s competing 4th level. Versatility at its best! – Kathleen B.
Rugby also skijors – Kathleen B.
Aliy, not much I can’t say about her she is wonderful. – Robin A.
HD New York – Jen R.
Another 2yo Gov’t (Devan) bred gelding, who constantly making sure everyone knew he wanted to be a dressage horse when he grew up. – Patricia D.
Morgans definitely can do it all! Government/Lippitt bred yearling filly – Patricia D.
My first Morgan. “Concert Don Lee”. – Frances L. USDF strongly recommends all riders wear protective headgear when mounted
Our beautiful LUX Mon Cherie, daughter of Pardon My French, up and Dressage hopeful, watch out, here she comes! – Heather W.
KBA Wild Irish Rose – Roxy B.
My Morgan/QH gelding Blue Duck. Picture taken at his first dressage show (showing in WDAA classes). – Jaycee S. USDF strongly recommends all riders wear protective headgear when mounted
Not your typical dressage attire, but dressage is our foundation and I utilize it in everything I do with my horses. – Jaycee S. USDF strongly recommends all riders wear protective headgear when mounted
Bonner River Savannah 3rd level – Linda L.
31 year old Oak Knoll Aide still showing intro level with her kiddo! – Lisa P.
Submitted by Andrea Fotopoulos
Though I have moved into many other breeds – I still have my Morgan that got me into this crazy thing called horses – I got him when he was 3 and he is 32 years young this year! – Susan T.
13 year old Big Indian Creek owned, trained and shown to I-1 by Brynne varvel bred by Indian Creek Morgan’s – Brynne V.
22 years old this year, and we’re competing at 4th level to hopefully get the scores we need to make a freestyle 🙌 I have high hopes, as he’s seriously in the BEST shape he has been in his whole life 🤩 and I would know, I’ve been with him for 18 years 😳 His name is Claredy Locomotion, or Booboo at home 😉 He’s a chestnut gelding out of Chub Lake Tea Time and OMF Shamrock, that I’ve had the honor of growing up with since he was just a green broke 4 year old and I was a horse-crazy 9 year old ❤️ Morgans are truly the best! – Jessica L.
LV High Country Wrangler 21 year old Morgan gelding showing second level!💜 – Mary O.
RG Denmark Royal’s Image, 2nd and 3rd level world champion. – Kate R.
Winchester (Rolig Kakao x Rapidan Bonnie Marea) is my 14.1h AK bred Morgan pony. Bought him when we were both 11 years old and started him out in H/J. Brought him up to the 1.10m-1.20m and when he was 17 we decided to fully swap to dressage where he helped me get my silver medal. He’s now happily retired at age 27. – Aimee R.
24 yr old Morgan Appaloosa! My best friend and show partner – Samantha K.
HD Redford 3xChampion Grand Prix All-Breeds award – Jos T.
Gladheart Black Harris (DJJJ Ebony Gold x Rogue’s Midnight Melody). 4th/PSG. Owned/bred by Jack and Bernadette Stang. Trained/competed by Kimberlee Barker. – Bernadette Stang