Continuing the legacy of exceptional Morgan horses, the UVM Morgan Horse Farm proudly offers these stallions to the public.

Clients interested in all breeding services should contact Farm Manager Kimberly Demars, (802) 388-2011 or send an email.

UVM Abington

UVM Abington
(UVM Promise x UVM Nightstar)

UVM Abington is the son of multi-titled World Champion UVM Promise and is the quintessential tractable and beautiful Morgan stallion. Foaled in 1992, this 27 year old stallion continues to produce athletic offspring with fantastic temperments.

UVM Abington's Pedigree (PDF)

UVM Equity

UVM Equity
(UVM Lash x UVM Mystic)

A grandson of UVM Flash and son of UVM Lash, UVM Equity is bold, expressive, and extremely typey. UVM Equity was born in 1996 and looks just like his famous grandsire.

UVM Equity's Pedigree (PDF)

UVM Jubilant

(UVM Lash x UVM Mystic)

A product of the historic “UVM Lash x UVM Mystic” cross, UVM Jubilant stamps his offspring with his athleticism, beauty, and enthusiastic disposition.

UVM Jubilant's Pedigree (PDF)

UVM Willoughby

UVM Willoughby
(MEM Bailamos x Signed Sealed Delivered)

With World Champions on both sides of his pedigree, this 2014 Stand and Deliver grandson is tractable, athletic, and game to work and enjoyed an undefeated 2018 season. Look for him showing with Broadmoor Stables in 2019. 

UVM Willoughby's Pedigree (PDF) 

If you are interested in our reporduction services, or would like to book to a UVM stallion, please contact us. 

The 2019 stud fee for the UVM Stallions is $1,500. All stallions are offered as fresh cooled, with the exception of UVM Willoughby- frozen semen only.

The UVM Morgan Horse Farm offers stallion station and mare station breeding services to clients whose horses meet the appropriate requirements.

E-mail us at: uvm.morgans@uvm.edu

Morgan mare plays with her foal

Equine Reproduction Workshop

Learn the art and science of equine reproduction through two days of lectures and hands-on demonstrations. From the ethics of breeding, mare and stallion management, breeding techniques & training methods, to foaling and neonatal care, this workshop is a thorough education and valuable experience.

All levels of experience welcome, registration fee applies. 

For more information, including to register, please call (802) 388-2011 or send an email

2019 Equine Reproduction Workshop Flyer (PDF)

Lectures, procedures, and techniques taught by experts from:

  • The Miner Institute
  • Balanced Rhythms, Inc.
  • Meadowbrook Equine
  • UVM Animal Science Department
  • UVM Morgan Horse Farm