Mountain Brook Farm - Morgan Horses....
In my own words I’d like to articulate a description of the Morgan without a comparison to other horse breeds known worldwide.
~ Light foot, steel legs, thundering hoof beats, intelligent, throttled, strength-refined, wild mane and my horse see’s me. Big heart and great lungs, “Hello my friend” as I greet my horse good morning.
We walk the fence line together though separate and leading to the gate. My horse see’s me. My hand rests along my horse’s side as I ask my horse to step aside and my horse moves ever so carefully with a soft touch. My horse feels me.
In a barn stall with sawdust shavings and fresh cut hay; the smell of cotton and leather mingles with fresh outdoors air flowing down the barn isle. Pine tar and turpentine wafting in the breezeway while sounds of stall doors roll open and close sounding off snapping latch’s. I enter my Morgan’s stall with my box of brushes and he greets me with a friendly nicker. I pull out a towel and wipe off his brow and clean his eyes free of dust. “Hello my friend.”
~ Wade Boelter