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​Silver Creek Stables: Home of multi World and Reserve World Champion daughters and granddaughters of Fletcher Music Lee who are carrying on the Silver Creek tradition of producing great Morgans that are pretty, sound, sane show horses that have the heart and desire not only to compete, but to win! Contact


Carlino Family Farm: When you're looking for that great, once-in-a-lifetime Morgan that the whole family will enjoy - at home and in the show ring - stop by the farm for a visit. Western, hunt, classic, pleasure, park or just a new family friend, you will find a rainbow of colors here on the farm. Less than 60 minutes from both the beautiful San Francisco Bay and Monterey Bay areas we are located in San Martin, right down the road from the "garlic capital of the world" - Gilroy, California. Contact


Cowboy Dressage is a combination of the best of both worlds: Traditional Western and Classical Horsemanship. By blending both disciplines and taking the best from both, the rider becomes more educated, patient and understanding, allowing for the partnership between horse and rider to bloom . . . that partnership being the goal of all good horsemen and horsewomen. See more about Cowboy Dressage at: Contact

United States Equestrian Federation (USEF): The USEF is dedicated to uniting the equestrian community, honoring achievement, and serving as guardians of equestrian sport. Since its inception in 1917, the Federation has been dedicated to pursuing excellence and promoting growth, all while providing and maintaining a safe and level playing field for both its equine and human athletesContact the USEF

The American Morgan Horse Association (AMHA) 
exists to preserve, promote, and perpetuate the Morgan horse. The Association is comprised of four departments that strive to accomplish this mission: Administration, Membership/Marketing, Publications, and Registry. Contact the American Morgan Horse Association

The Western Dressage Association of AmericaThe mission of the Western Dressage Association® is to honor the horse and to value the partnership it has provided us on our American journey. Its mission is to provide a model of training and horsemanship which optimizes this partnership for the benefit of both horse and rider. Its mission is to celebrate the American West where all these things came to pass. Contact the Western Dressage Association of America

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