Welcome AMHA Members!

State Line Tack is excited to celebrate our partnership with the American Morgan Horse Association (AMHA), the largest registry for one of the most popular horse breeds in the United States. The Morgan horse is strong, spirited, and versatile, and has a people-loving attitude. Whether you ride in hardy Western tack or elegant English style, we have a great selection for you and your horse.

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The versatile, lovable Morgan

The Morgan is a stylish, spirited mount with conformation that lends itself well to a vast range of disciplines. The Morgan versatility is widely recognized, and the horses are equally well-known for their loving, kind dispositions. Those who own a Morgan often say they have not only purchased a horse, but have welcomed a new family member.

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    Multi-disciplined
    Morgans are used for a number of English and Western events, including dressage, show jumping, Western pleasure, cutting, and endurance riding. Additionally, they are used as stock horses and for pleasure riding and driving. Morgans are also in great demand as therapeutic riding horses due to their gentle disposition and steady movement.

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    Morgan Characteristics
    Morgans tend to be small in stature, with the most common colors being bay, brown, black, and chestnut. A Morgan has a short head with a wide forehead; the face can either be slightly dished or have a flat profile. But the one thing that distinguishes them from all other breeds is their people-loving attitude. The Morgan horse wants a relationship with you, which is why The AMHA slogan is "The Horse That Chooses You."

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    Did You Know?
    "The Morgan is one of America's first native breeds. It owes its existence to a single stallion named Figure. The breed was named after its owner, Justin Morgan, who was a schoolteacher in New England in the late 1700s. This stallion was said to possess incredible strength and speed, even though he stood at only 14 hands."

The beauty of the Morgan horse lifts the heart.

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  • Updated: 7/22/2019: 12:09:29 PM ET