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Hi, and welcome to Thomas Morgans, I'm Ken Thomas. I grew up with Morgan horses from the time I was big enough to sit behind my dad or grandfather. I got my first morgan mare when I was 15 and in 1975 my father purchased a weanling colt named Nicolas Bradt Pace (Teton Dan Patch X Tetonia Lupine). This liver chestnut colt was very stong gaited and from the time we trained him to drive and ride as a 2 yr old, I fell in love not only with the horse but with the gait. We began breeding our 2 Morgan mares and have focused on gait ever since.
I currently have 8 mares and stand 2 stallions and generaly raise between 5 and 8 foals a year. I love the Morgan for all of its attributes and we try to raise good Morgans with sound minds and good dispositions first of all -we then focus on gait. We expect our horses to have the versatility for which the Morgan breed is famous. They are family horses first but some have excelled in reining and many are quite "cowey." We trail ride and pack and hunt in the mountains of Utah and the single-foot helps us to cover alot of ground in Cadillac style.
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