The American Morgan Horse
Canadian Morgan Horse Association
The American Morgan Horse Association is the primary source of information on
Morgan horses in the United States. All of our horses, and any horse that we breed to, is registered with either the AMHA
or its Canadian counterpart, CMHA (or both) as a matter of course. We use DNA confirmation to verify each horse as the progeny
of the sire and dam named in its pedigree.
There are many excellent Morgans
and Lippitt Morgans in Canada registered under the auspices of CMHA, which has similar standards to AMHA. It is important
that breeders in the United States make use of the Canadian registry because not all Canadian Morgans are cross registered
in both countries.
The Lippitt Club
The Lippitt Club seeks to perpetuate a specific subset of Morgan horses with
a close relationship to the founding sire of the breed. For more information about Lippitts, click the link below.
The Lippitt Morgan Breeders Association
Incorporated June 16, 1995, the purpose of this association is to preserve and promote the original Lippitt Morgan horse and
to better the conditions of those engaged in the breeding and care of the Lippitt Morgan horse.