Presenting. . .Coal Creek Black Oak
15 Hands, Stud Fee $650 LFG
We are very excited to have purchased this classic old style Morgan stallion for our Morgan horse farm. Black Oak is "classic" in the sense that he is well-balanced possessing well-rounded hind quarters, layed back shoulder, excellent bone, solid feet, medium length neck and a gorgeous head with a wide eye set and soft kind eye. He is big while retaining type.
Black Oak contains in his pedigree some of the best known names in the Morgan world, not just the horses, but the people who bred them. He himself was bred by Gary L. Wallace of Pleasantville, Iowa- a long time breeder and a well respected one. Black Oak's sire- Caduceus Quentin was bred by Dr. Lowell Hughes of North Liberty, Iowa , while Quentin's dam was bred by Mabel Owen of Dartmouth, MA- Miss Owen's name and influence on the Morgan breed is more than well known. Quentin's sire was bred by The Cambridge Morgan Ranch of Colorado- long known for producing very solid, correct, good working horses.
The farther back one goes the more well known names come up, The Waseeka Farm, The University of Connecticut, The LU Sheep Company, and back farther yet, JC Brunk breeder of Jubilee King, The US Government Morgan Farm, The Remount Program, CC Stillman, breeder of Sealect, CA Stone, breeder of Cornwallis, Pine Ridge Indian Agency, Elmer Brown of Halstead, KS. The list goes on.
Black Oak has a presence and style all his own . . . power, pose, suspension, impulsion, stamina, charm, intelligence and trustworthy describe him well. His offspring have the mind, movement and type to excel as performance horses as well as family partners. Click on links above to view pedigree, LOTS of photos and pedigree analysis. Enjoy!
The Resident Stallion of
Diamond Q Morgan Horse Farm
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Erich & Angie, N3375 Cty Hwy M, Sarona, WI 54870
Photo's of Black Oak and Magnum taken by Rachel Murphy, Sue Olson, Trudy Hagen and myself.
Presenting . . . Mirabellas Magnum
Three year old Buckskin Dun, EE AA N/Cr
14.3 Hands, Stud Fee $650 LFG
We are thrilled to purchase this colorful young Morgan stallion for our farm. Magnum is very kind with an excellent disposition, he has a beautiful head with a soft eye and small ears, well-balanced body, medium length neck and solid legs and feet. We are anxiously waiting for him to "grow" and "fill out"!
RCK Ragtime Tres Oros is by Robbi-Sue's Success Story out of Robbi-Sue's Mystique. The Robbi-Sue horses are known, not only for their color but for the kind dispositions and willing attitudes. JMF Wild Sunrise was the dam of Charhills Chelcee Be Wild . She was by Waseekas Wildly Royal out of JMF Royal Cameo by Windhover Regency out of JMF Ebony Beam. Regency and Ebony Beam were both Beamington bred horses with lines to Flyhawk and Great Hill Atlantic by Orcland Leader. Though this side of the family is best known as being very successful show horses in their day- their bloodlines go back to the older bloodlines quickly, numbering among their families- Senator Graham, Senator Knox, Bennington, Jubilee King, Troubadour of Willowmoor, Ashbrook, Flyhawk, Knox Morgan, Romanesque and many more representing all three families of Morgans- Government, Lippitt, and Brunk as well as breeding programs such as Richard Sellman's, The Sentney program, and Broadwall's breeding.
Mirabellas Magnum has a pedigree in which there are more than a few of the same horses on both sides- top and bottom- which should give this young stallion breeding strength as well as charisma. Click on links above to view pedigree, LOTS of photos and pedigree analysis.
The Junior Stallion of
Diamond Q Morgan Horse Farm