Old Lyme, Connecticut
In 2010, we celebrated our 65th year breeding traditional Morgans close to the original Morgans described by D. C. Linsley in his book Morgan Horses in 1857 and depicted in drawings and photographs by Col. Joseph Battell in his early volumes of The Morgan Horse Register, first published in 1894. The Morgan is able because of great athletic ability. Morgans are willing because of an intelligent, flexible and quick mind. “Kind”, “calm”, “steady”, “gentle,” all famous trademarks of the breed. Their beauty is distinct and they need never ape any other breed. Their action is unique to their correct conformation, efficient, exciting, and elegant. Legendary soundness, endurance and longevity are guarantees of your money’s worth. But best of all is the Morgan’s personality!
Whippoorwill Morgans for sale: stallions, mares and foals.
Mary Jean and Chris Vasiloff
100 Whippoorwill Rd, Old Lyme, CT 06371, USA
Visitors are always welcome, although advanced notice appreciated!
FROM THE SOUTH and WEST:
Take Exit 70 off I-95 North (immediately after the Baldwin Bridge). At bottom of ramp, take left onto Rt 156, passing under the highway. At second light, take right onto Hall Road (Rt 1 North). At third light (stone bridge to your right), take left onto Boston Post Road (Rt 1 North). Follow for 1½ miles to Whippoorwill Road on your right. Follow Whippoorwill for 1½ miles. McCulloch Farm is on the left, blue sign at end of driveway.
FROM THE NORTH and EAST:
Take Exit 70 off I-95 South. At bottom of ramp, take right onto Boston Post Road (Rt 1 North) (stone bridge to your left). Follow for 1½ miles to Whippoorwill Road on your right. Follow Whippoorwill for 1½ miles. McCulloch Farm is on the left, blue sign at end of driveway.
- Their Whippoorwill breeding program is a line breeding system using related stallions and mares to concentrate and strengthen the traits of two foundation Morgans: Jubilee King and Knox Morgan.
- History of Whippoorwill Morgans and McCullough Farm