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Bloodlines, Focal Stallions and Mares

Morgan horses have been a part of our family for over thirty years.

We breed for people-friendly horses with square stances, and good ways of going.  Horses that are also alert, intelligent, willing, talented and very beautiful.

We focus on the OLD GOVERNMENT LINES found throughout

The University of Connecticut (U C) and University of Vermont (U V M) breeding programs, featuring UVM Viking, UVM Flash, Mansfield, Panfield, Canfield, Flyhawk, and of course, Upwey Ben Don+ (Stallions) and UC Spicy Lass (our  Foundation mare), UC Taffy, UVM Flirt, Upwey Benn Quietude + (mares).

with crosses to the WASEEKA’S LINE via NOCTURNE, (stallion) via W. Showtime (stallion) and W. Peter Piper (stallion), and W. Thisizit (mare) and others.


and crosses to the ORCLAND LINE via ULENDON, through especially ORCLAND LEADER, via Courage of Equinox, Orcland Vigildon+ (stallions).


with selected other families brought in to the lines, including representation from some New England, Mid-Atlantic, Mid-West and Western working families.


Our pedigrees reflect modern horses with famous ancestors as up close as you can get.  The ancestors’ names are often still visible on their descendants’ written pedigrees. Our bloodlines will cross well with any of the current major breeding programs and our Morgans offered For Sale include our best, worthy of being Foundation stallions and mares for new breeding programs, as well as being companions in the show ring or on the trail. 

Our Motto and Mission is:  Family Show Horses : Showy Family Horses

All Sleipnir Morgan Horses have their pedigrees posted on www.allbreedpedigree.com

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