OGO Far West Justin AEG

OGO Justin

Written By Laura Stillwell Sire, Higuera Bandido Foaled in 1974, this chestnut fellow went on to sire some good Morgans. Sid Spencer of Arroyo Grande, California chose Higuera Bandido to be her herd sire for some years. She had a working cattle ranch in the rugged Central California Coastal Range and needed sound, sensible working […]

OGO Tejon De Oro Hermoso – aka, Badger

(Primavera Valdez x WoodRose Katrina) OGO Tejon de Oro Hermoso (translation…OGO Beautiful Golden Badger).  We have nicknamed him ‘Badger’.  Read Part 1:  Wendy’s touching story about Badger’s birth and his remarkable mare mother!  Badger – The Birth that Continued a WWF Legendary Bloodline Read Part 2:  Wendy’s update on Badger  OGO Tejon De Oro Hermoso – […]

OGO Primavera Red Oak

Red is owned by Nancy Savage of Malin Morgans in Malin, Oregon. He is now a gelding and one of Nancy’s superb riding horses. OGO Primavera Red Oak (OGO Vining Lamar x OGO Bellota Del Oro) 2008 Colt       OGO Primavera Red Oak Vining Lamar El Spartez El Cortez Romanesque Red Oak Mariah K […]

OGO Circle H Romanesque – Jr Stallion

Sold! OGO Circle H Romanesque is Circle H Merlita’s new addition by Vining Lamar.  He is going to be a big boy based on the size of his joints and the length of his legs.  This very large chestnut colt  was born the morning of August 17, 2007. OGO Circle H Romanesque (Vining Lamar x Circle H Merlita) […]

OGO WindSwept Soliel

Soleil was taken to a reproductive specialist with the help of Sharlene Shields of Acorn Morgans, where his semen was collected and frozen for future use.  Shelly Dodd of Top Line Low Lines and Foundation Morgans Website purchased Soliel as her personal riding mount and we are partners in Soleil frozen semen.  Breeding to Soleil is […]

OGO Higuera Rio Bravo

A handsome and correct young fellow with an excellent pedigree of Western Working Family and Brunk. His sire’s heritage is that of all working Morgans, both through the Brunk lines and the WWF portion. Bravo’s dam is pure WWF, coming from many generations of working ranch horses mostly from California, but also from other areas. […]

Higuera Bandido – 1974 to 2011

Coming from a proven working heritage, Bandido was chosen by rancher Sid Spencer to head her breeding program and Lucia prefix in the 1970’s. Bandido’s sire was mostly Brunk bred with some Western Working Family coming from the L. U. Sheep Co. of Wyoming. Bandido’s dam repeated this theme and added to the bottom mare […]