Selah Morgans was founded in 1999 and there are Morgans with the "Selah" prefix as far away as Belgium, the UK, and the Netherlands, as well as in the U.S. We are honored to be breeding outstanding Morgans for the discerning buyer, and we love to share our enthusiasm and love of the breed with newcomers, and other breeders or owners. If you are new to the Morgan breed, we'd love to tell you why America's first light horse breed is like owning a potato chip! "You can't have just one."
We are passionate about preserving the old government bloodlines in our program with an emphasis on the prestigious UVM bloodlines from the University of Vermont Morgan Horse Farm. We've carefully selected mares with other successful lineage to produce exceptional offspring with a willing attitude, and the conformation that will enable them to excel in whatever discipline their owners are passionately pursuing.
The UVM prefix in our Morgan pedigrees denotes the dedication, preservation and improvement of the Morgan horse breed through careful selection and breeding since the 1870's. The University of Vermont Morgan horse program was once owned by the US Government (1907 to 1951) where horse were bred for the US Calvary. The farm was eventually turned over to the University, where it continues to breed Morgan horses that are highly sought after for their use as successful show horses, foundation breeding stock or wonderful pleasure horses. We are honored that our foals will trace in high percentage to the champion bloodlines of UVM Promise, UVM Watchman, UVM Highlight, UVM Kathy, UVM Lash, UVM Flash, UVM Teatime, UVM Tennyson, UVM Unity, and others like our senior mare, UVM Integrity.
Our Brahmans are a new adventure that we can't wait to share. Commercially bred, our grays are out of bulls from the Hudgins Ranch and we are excited to see where this journey takes us!