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Club History

Founded in 1968, by just a few dedicated Morgan Horse enthusiasts (a few are still members today), the OMHC started with a single one day show that has grown into multiple events throughout the year. We are a friendly, FUN, family oriented group of Morgan owners that number over 250 members from all over the province.

The OMHC is an affiliated club of the CMHA (Canadian Morgan Horse Association) that covers all of Canada. We invite you to explore what we have to offer our members.

The latest update was made October 23, 2017.

email: Ontario Morgan Horse Club

The Working Hunter Champion; On The Verge (owned by Christine Monteith) and ridden by Alexis Baikie.

Northline Enterprise, Champion Junior Exhibitor Hunter Pleasure, ridden by Ashlyn Carley
(owned by Ashley Reeson).

Champion Western Pleasure; Todd Trushel riding Heartmeadow Detente.

Youth Challenge Champion is Taylor Hudson
aboard her Morgan Corinthian Lone Star.



December 3rd is our Christmas Meeting. It will be held at the home of Dennis & Genevieve Hayes. More info to follow. Turkey Potluck supper, come on out and enjoy some fellowship with fellow Morgan owners.

We are looking for Nominations for the OMHC Hall Of Fame! Download a form and send in your choice.

The 2017 Ontario Show Horse Classic celebrated the 50th Anniversary of the Morgan Classic. What started out as a small field day has grown into a magnificient 3 day show held at the Caledon Equestrian Park! Humble roots to a world class event! Thank you to Tina Collins and Theresa White our show committee chairs and the committee for their hard work and dedication to this amazing event.

And a huge Thank You to our sponsors! We appreciate your support, your contributions help us make the show great! Check them out here. Results are posted here!

Kirsten Sulpher wins the Equestrian Canada Saddle Seat Medal class riding King Lehr's Ego Master (owned by Michelle Coffey).

Lisa and David Kavanagh present Wicklow Way
Brittas Bay to Reserve Champion Mare.
(owned by Lisa Kavanagh)

The Ontario Morgan Horse Club Futurity

The OMHC Futurity began in 1973, not long after the founding of the club in 1968.  The first yearling crowned Champion was Silver Liebling who was bred by Roy & Bea Boyt and owned by Luc & Diane Caron.

The purpose of this Futurity is to encourage, promote and reward good breeding practices among Morgan owners. Breeders become conscious of the need to carefully select both stallions and broodmares for the most successful matings. Mare owners are encouraged to seek out the best stallions for their mares, not merely the closest one with financial rewards if their choices are good.

Futurities offer an additional opportunity to have your young horses shown before a qualified judge and an interested audience of possible buyers, thus stimulating the market for young stock.

We offer a three year old driving class and a four year old saddle class. All of the futurity classes are offered at the Ontario Morgan Horse Championship Classic. Click here for more information and forms

2017 Champion Yearling Futurity Cyan Star Countess
owned/bred by Brian & Nancy Kavanagh.

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Photo Credits:

Karie Alderman, Howard Schatzberg, Terry Young, Ashley Reeson, Mystic Visions Photography, Gen Kendell-Hayes, River Bend Designs, Casey Kadwell, David/Lisa/Nancy/Brian Kavanagh, Stacy Jackson, Stephanie Hart, Stephanie Ross, Holly Buckley.

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Ashlyn Carley and her gelding Northline Stardust spend some quiet time together near beautiful Rice Like.  

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