The Lippitt Morgan Horse Registry, Inc.

The Lippitt Morgan Horse Registry, Inc. ia a non-profit organization dedicated to the Lippitt Morgan Horse. We register, DNA, and track all Lippitts. The Lippitt Morgan Horse is recognized as a "rare living antique" coming from a small gene pool. Today it has been estimated that there are fewer than 2000 living Lippitts of which there are even fewer breedable mares. This rare Morgan family is truly endangered and teeters on the brink of extinction. The Lippitt Morgan Horse Registry, Inc. will maintain an aggressive presence in the eye of the public via exhibitions, the use of the internet, and providing assistance in rescues as well as providing educational materials upon request.

Our Mission

The Lippitt Morgan Horse Registry, Inc. will provide registry services via genetic testing, and maintain a record of Lippitts. We are a staunch advocate in the preservation and protection of the Lippitt Morgan horse.

The Lippitt Morgan Horse is Defined By Its DNA

A Lippitt Morgan horse is identified as a Lippitt Morgan horse by its DNA, NOT by registration with a given registry. The advantage of a registry's recognition is that an official source has undertaken a DNA evaluation and declared the horse to be a breed according to the DNA evidence, and further, that the horse's parentage is Sire "A" and Dam "X." This information assists a breeder in making choices for preservation of bloodlines, type, desired breed characteristics and breed identity.
Dr. Gus Cothran,(Clinical Professor, Texas A & M University, Animal Genetics Laboratory), and UC Davis both can look at a horse's DNA report and determine whether that horse is a Morgan, or a Thoroughbred etc.
By registering your Lippitt Morgan with The Lippitt Morgan Horse Registry, Inc., you have the advantage of:
Knowing that the Lippitt Morgan is the ONLY strain within the Morgan breed set apart by its own unique DNA definition due to set parameters (25 Foundation Stock). Through its DNA signature, the Lippitt Morgan horse stands on its own apart from ALL other Morgans.
No other Morgan family can claim the ability to define itself by an established DNA identity.


Contact Information

Jane Myers:

President: David Carr
Address: 183 Fitzgerld Road
Middletown Springs, VT 05757
Phone: 802-235-2139

Secretary: Jane Myers
Address: 6689 E. Lost Woods Lane
Centralia, MO 65240

Treasurer: Jacquie Schaumberg
Address: 29456 Edgewood Springs
Warrenton, MO 63383
Phone: 636-456-7473

Registrar: Deborah Siegrist
Address: 27 Forrester Drive
Wentzville, MO 63385
Phone: 636-332-9346

Assistant Registrar: Nan Timm
Address: Box 487 Wildwood,
Alberta, Canada TOE 2MO
Phone: 780-325-2109


Bill Davis
Address: 15741 Maries Road 526
Rolla, MO 65401
Phone: 573-528-7556


We are a small staff, operating on the sheer dedication to preserving, promoting, protecting and registering the Lippitt Morgan Horse. Your contribution, large or small, will help to ensure the continuation of the endangered Lippitt Morgan. Donations do not have to be monetary. All offerings are graciously accepted. Please contact one of our Board members for further information.


The Lippitt Morgan Horse Registry, Inc