Our Plan …

... is to film people and places from California to Maine in a documentary honoring the role of the Morgan horse in building America.

Your Part …

We reach out to everyone that loves Morgans to donate anecdotes about Morgan horses in American history, historic photographs and funds to assist us in accomplishing this project.

Project Updates

Morgans in the Civil War Coming Soon

An important element in telling the story of the Morgan Breed is its importance as a Civil War Cavalry mount. We are creating a stand alone 10 minute ...

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December 17, 2013

Welcome Dave Loda to the documentary production team! Dave Loda is an experienced living history event organizer and participant based in southern New...

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December 1, 2013

The producers are please to announce that a six minute segment of the documentary is now complete. The segment focuses on the Morgan’s role as a...

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While the Morgan horse holds the position of being America’s first native breed, no documentary film, as of yet, exists that chronicles its remarkable story. Creating such a documentary will provide a tool to celebrate the Morgan and to educate the public to its significant contribution to America’s history.

PROJECT TEAM Read Team Bios

    • Doug Lazarus
    • Steve Murphy
    • Nancy Hazelwood Savage
    • Denny Emerson
    • Dave Loda
    • Brenda Tippin
    • Gail Perlee
    • Elizabeth Curler
    • Ina M. Ish
    • Christian J. Heidorf

PROJECT ENDORSERS   Read all Endorsements

    • Carol Lyden
    • The Cornerstone Morgan Horse Club
    • Margaret Gardiner
    • Conky Price
    • Martha DuPont
    • Gail Perlee
    • Mary Jean Vasiloff
    • Governor Jim Douglas
    • Betsy Curler
    • Jeanne Mellin Herrick
    • Christian J. Heidorf
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