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Club History

Founded in 1968, by just a few dedicated Morgan Horse enthusiasts, 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 100 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 April 18th, 2024.

email: Ontario Morgan Horse Club

Congratulations to Lisa Ross;
her slogan entry Versatility.Beauty.Intelligence.
was voted by the members as our OMHC slogan winner and will be used in future promotional efforts

Photo Credits:

Gen Kendell-Hayes, Nancy Kavanagh, Rebecca Gullett, Kim Arndet, Rob Dodds, Shane Shiflet.

Please do not reproduce the photos, if you like a photo, please contact me for permission to re-use.

OMHC Photos Wanted!

Your web team continually updates the photos on this website. If you have a special photo, please email as a JPG to Nancy or Brian Kavanagh. We want VARIETY and QUALITY!

The panel discussion at the 2024 CMHA AGM & Convention.

Candas Rolls presents Willow with her CMHA awards
at the 2024 CMHA AGM & Convention.


The stick horse class at The Classic 2023, PC Kim Arndt



The new Hall Of Fame honourees are now posted. And The 2023 High Point winners are posted for Youth, Open, General and Morgan!

Tina Collins presents an award to Nancy Kavanagh at the banquet.
All photos from the banquet: Cheryl Payne.

Our Gift Boutique has some exciting new products and you can order directly from Brenda Casteels.

The OMHC now has a fabulous Web Store with Ride Every Stride! Please visit their site and take a look at the beautiful quality items that you can select. A small profit is returned to the club. Support the club and promote the breed!

Tina Collins presents an award to Sherri Wilson at the banquet.

Stephanie Rutherford accepts her CMHA Versatility Award from Tina Collins.

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.

A list of past winners can be found on the futurity page.

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

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The Meeting dates for 2023 are set and can be found here.
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