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Went and took the tour to learn more of my Morgan horse history. Enjoyed every minute of it... seeing them work out the horses and listening to the tour guide gave me more insight to this wonderful breed of horses.
My sister in law who...More
Visited in July with my two young daughters. The staff was super nice, and there were some really beautiful new foals to see. However, the tour is really for diehard horse fans who are seriously interested in bloodlines and breed preservation. We are just your...More
Inexpensive and fun. Only $5 (for adults) to learn about the history of the Morgan horse, the breeding operation at the farm, and view the horses. Foals are out for viewing on Saturdays. Great for kids who love horses.
Justin Morgan had a horse and bred them here in Vermont. The barn is spectacular! For a small you can take the half-hour or so guided tour, learn about the history of the breed and the history of the property. Then you can wander around...More
This makes a nice stop. The horses are beautiful and great to see. We actually had a bit of difficulty finding it, but finally spotted the horse sculpture on the vast lawn in front of the barn area.
The tour is simple, and led by...More
The adult horses and young ones are paraded about and there is always a good guide to give information. You get to see a deluxe huge horse barn and training areas. The Morgan breed is so special: they horses all seem like "hams" and really...More
My husband and I found the history of this farm and the Morgan horse fascinating. The young man who gave us the tour was very knowledgeable and very willing to answer our questions. And, of course, the horses and the grounds are beautiful. Very enjoyable.
A very nice tour by some knowledgeable students who discussed history and present day status of the Morgan Horses. They walk you around the farm. It was very hot the day we were there so ...no AC anywhere as it should be in a barn....More