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The UVM Morgan Horse Farm maintains a high quality group of sale prospects at all times. This inventory includes broodmares, performance prospects, and sucklings-yearlings.  Click here for current sales list.

Broodmares    Performance Prospects    Sucklings - Yearlings  

Sucklings - Yearlings

UVM Rupert
UVM Rupert

2010 UVM Filly
2010 UVM Filly


Whether you're looking for a top producing broodmare such as UVM Vision or UVM Victoria; a Grand National Showring star such as UVM Christine, UVM Columbine, UVM Nappi, UVM Valcour, UVM Unity, or UVM Windfall; or a top Junior Exhibitor mount and family friend such as UVM Regina or UVM Victory - the UVM program's selection process is designed to consistently produce the traditional UVM Morgan standard for breed type and athletic ability.

Broodmares

UVM Hyacinth and UVM Samantha
UVM Hyacinth and UVM Samantha

UVM Integrity and UVM Sentinal
UVM Integrity and UVM Sentinal

Depending on the season, proven production mares are available either:

  1. Open and ready for a mating of the buyer's choice;
  2. Bred to a UVM stallion, or occasionally to a privately owned stallion carefully selected on performance, and bloodline compatibility criteria; or
  3. Nursing mare with foal at her side bearing the world famous 'UVM' prefix in its present or future name. The nursing mare is typically sold in-foal for the next season, and available as a 2-in-1 or 3-in-1 package, depending on the buyer's choice.

UVM broodmares are typically suitable as pleasure performance animals, offering an excellent opportunity to take advantage of the herd's extensive genetic history and a 'buyer friendly' training program.

Performance Prospects

UVM Nightengale
UVM Nightengale
Consistent Pleasure Driving Competitor

UVM Oxford
UVM Oxford
Outstanding English Pleasure Mount

UVM two-year olds are started in harness training, and the following year under saddle. Our focus is a basic approach to prepare a young horse with the physical and mental conditioning which can subsequently be specialized to the buyer's discipline of choice.

See the Sales Horses section for the most current listing of breeds and individual horses available. 

The UVM Morgan Horse Farm's goals are to breed for:

  1. Replacement broodstock for replenishment of the domestic herd (approximately 25% of each foal crop is maintained for continued selection scrutiny).
  2. Continual supply of sales inventory candidates to allow private breeders/owners to take advantage of the world renowned gene pool while providing vital income for Farm operations.

Last modified November 29 2010 05:17 PM

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