Morgan, the horse of Morgan, is one of the first breeds of horses bred in the USA.  According to the traceable genetic fund, it comes from the male “Figure (Eng.) Russian.”, Later renamed “Justin Morgan” in honor of its owner, a famous breeder and composer Justin Morgan.
Morgans have been used on many roles in 19th century American history: as a harness horse and as a running horse, as a ubiquitous mount, and as cavalry horses during the American Civil War on both sides of the conflict. The Morgans influenced other major American breeds, including the American Quarter Horse, Tennessee Walking Horse and Standardbred. During the 19th and 20th centuries, they were exported to other countries, including England, where they influenced the breeding of Hackne. In 1907, the US Department of Agriculture established the US Morgan Horse Farm in Middlebury Russian. in order to perpetuate and improve the Morgan breed. The farm was later moved to the University of Vermont. The first register of the breed was created in 1909 and since then many organizations in the USA, Europe and Oceania have been listing the breed. So, as of 2005, the number of the breed was estimated at more than 175,000 Morgan horses that existed around the world.
Morgan is a compact, sophisticated breed, mostly bay, black or red, although they appear in many stripes (English) Russian, including several versions of pinto (English) Russian .. Used in the disciplines of English driving .) Russian. and Western Sports, the breed is known for its versatility. The Morgan horse is a symbol of the states of Vermont and Massachusetts. Popular children’s authors, including Marguerite Henry. and Ellen Feld (Eng.) Russian, depicted the breed in their books; Disney subsequently made the book of Henry Justin Morgan Had a Horse a movie.