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The Morgan Horse magazine with this issue presents for its readers' approval a new type of cover. The magazine believes that because Morgan people want more and better Morgan pictures that it should devote a cover in its entirety to the subject rather than confine it to a limited area. The subject of this month's cover is the late, great Dude Herod, owned by Miss Edna E. Tisdale, of Baraboo, Wisconsin. May 1952

The Morgan Horse magazine with this issue presents for its readers' approval a new type of cover. The magazine believes that because Morgan people want more and better Morgan pictures that it should devote a cover in its entirety to the subject rather than confine it to a limited area. The subject of this month's cover is the late, great Dude Herod, owned by Miss Edna E. Tisdale, of Baraboo, Wisconsin. May 1952

This first fall issue of The Morgan Horse magazine devotes its cover appropriately to the 100 mile trail ride. The trio shown are left to right: Nancy Ela on the Townshend Holstein Farm's Manzanita, her constant companion; Marcia Robinson on the farm's Townshend Gladalect; and third Jane Clark on her Soneldon, winner of the light-weight trophy. October 1953

This first fall issue of The Morgan Horse magazine devotes its cover appropriately to the 100 mile trail ride. The trio shown are left to right: Nancy Ela on the Townshend Holstein Farm's Manzanita, her constant companion; Marcia Robinson on the farm's Townshend Gladalect; and third Jane Clark on her Soneldon, winner of the light-weight trophy. October 1953

Gerald F. Taft, The Morgan Horse magazine's Morgan Man of the Year (horse not named). December 1950

Gerald F. Taft, The Morgan Horse magazine's Morgan Man of the Year (horse not named). December 1950

VHD was honored to have Morgan Horse magazine's Brenda Tippin attend our event in August and do a feature story in their Sept/Oct issue. The 5-page article covered the event, horsemen demos, CA's vaquero history, artisans & special guests plus the Morgan breed's related heritage. Lots of photos. We thank Brenda & Morgan Horse mag for their support. (entire article may be seen & read at www.jafmorganstockhorses.com.)

VHD was honored to have Morgan Horse magazine's Brenda Tippin attend our event in August and do a feature story in their Sept/Oct issue. The 5-page article covered the event, horsemen demos, CA's vaquero history, artisans & special guests plus the Morgan breed's related heritage. Lots of photos. We thank Brenda & Morgan Horse mag for their support. (entire article may be seen & read at www.jafmorganstockhorses.com.)

Seldom do a top picture and a top winner combine. But that happy combination provides our cover for this issue. The excellent photograph of a proud going Morgan stallion is by Warren Patriquin. The horse is Orcland Leader, the first in modern Morgan history to win two grand championships at the same National—Saddle Horse and Model Stallion. The happy owner is Steve Tompkins. September 1952

Seldom do a top picture and a top winner combine. But that happy combination provides our cover for this issue. The excellent photograph of a proud going Morgan stallion is by Warren Patriquin. The horse is Orcland Leader, the first in modern Morgan history to win two grand championships at the same National—Saddle Horse and Model Stallion. The happy owner is Steve Tompkins. September 1952

Our cover this issue is a reproduction of a painting—the first this magazine has ever used. The central figure is Lippitt Ethan, son of Lippitt Ethan Ash and Lippitt Kate Moro. In the background are his two sisters, Lippitt Dusky Kate and Lippitt Duplicate. Our reasons for selecting this painting for the cover were: first that it is the work of one of our favorite artists, Jeanne Mellin. Secondly it seemed about time that honor was paid that frequently-ignored animal, the gelding. August…

Our cover this issue is a reproduction of a painting—the first this magazine has ever used. The central figure is Lippitt Ethan, son of Lippitt Ethan Ash and Lippitt Kate Moro. In the background are his two sisters, Lippitt Dusky Kate and Lippitt Duplicate. Our reasons for selecting this painting for the cover were: first that it is the work of one of our favorite artists, Jeanne Mellin. Secondly it seemed about time that honor was paid that frequently-ignored animal, the gelding. August…

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