We purchased Ken-Mar
Winston in hopes that his pedigree would return us to the days of old when Morgan horses had beautiful heads,small tipped-in
ears, large flat cannon bones, large quiet eyes, a clean throat latch, and a beautifully hinged poll and
high natural action so desired in today's show and sport horses. What we were hopeful for and what Winston's
pedigree promised, was size, heart, intelligence, long-lived, and the famous Morgan work ethic. All these attributes
and more have reached fulfillment in Winston's foals.We
now present these Winston get with pride.
All Winston children want to get to know their person before going to their new home.
Some prospective buyers spend a week, some spend three to four days. This is to make sure that the horse and new owner definitely
mesh as Winstons are one person horses. They are companions and combined with their superb intellect they are stable, loyal,
During your stay at the farm prospective buyers ride a lesson horse before
trying the one previously chosen. Winstons are very particular in that they want their new owner to be kind, understanding,
and patient. Our Morgans are bred and trained for a lifetime of learning and loving.
is a picture of Darlene Fountain riding R'surene Repartee. Darlene spent several weekends getting to know her new horse Hallawyss
and the intimate training/knowledge that goes along with buying a Winston. When Darlene felt comfortable with her responsibilities,
Hallie was delivered to Nashville where both she and Darlene learned new situations together.
We at R'surene Morgan Farm pride ourselves on matching a Winston to its owner. If you have the
time; if you have the passion; if you want your own horse then come to R'surene Morgan Farm and witness the bonding yourself.
Like the saying goes, the Winstons choose their owner, not the breeder or the trainer. Afterall, the Morgan
Horse Chooses You. Come see where it really is true.
R'surene Morgans at the Tarr Plantation CELEBRATING 61 YEARS OF BREEDING MORGAN HORSES