Below right, leading during mud and shedding season here in April 2017.  We are just waiting for Quest to be shed out so we can show how he is maturing nicely when he is shed out and presentable for new photos.

FOR SALE and AT STUD UNTIL I FIND HIM A HOME WITH REGISTERED MORGAN BROODMARES OR HE STAYS:  Marvelous Quest was born June 2015.  He is such a mellow, sweet colt.  We are asking $5,500.  He will finish around 15H to 15.2H and 1,000+ pounds.  Please scroll down the page for more recent photos from this past winter.  When he sheds out we will take current photos this spring.  He is already 14.3H as a three year old and still maturing.  We prefer a breeding home with registered Morgan broodmares or we will just keep him.  Thanks.

He was color tested splash so his foals will have some chrome and no chestnut foals.

Papers sent upon request.  His sire is Marvelous Intrigue (recently deceased).  His dam is MOA Surprise Party and his grand sire is High Q Qual-ity. This colt is royally bred to be a show horse on both sides of his papers.  Right now he is a growing boy who is just a ham and follows us around like a dog.  

Quest is listed on  Quest is a nice mix of Lippitt Morgans and foundation with some show lines so the best of both worlds in his papers. 

He loads and hauls nicely, stands tied like a gentleman, will start ground driving him this summer, has worn a saddle, blanket and a baby snaffle, pick up all four feet to trim just fine. touch anywhere, easy to catch when he us standing on you for hugs, etc.  He has been well started and handled since birth.  He is not reactive and a thinker so easy to train.  Quest loves learning new stuff.

We have some videos on Youtube under mdmdossburg.  He has nice straight legs and great feet, gorgeous head with tiny ears, perfect top line, nice neck, etc.  He is bred to be a stallion and not a gelding.

This sweet colt is also bred to be a Western Pleasure show horse or Cowboy Dressage or a fabulous trail horse with his level headed brains.  

Thanks for some nice weanling shot of Quest courtesy of his breeder, Dale and Sue Beach, Triple T Morgan Farm in Ellensburg, Wash.  The photo in the arena to the left when he was four months old if I remember right.

We sell all our horses with a written guarantee and a two week trial period.  We will glady take them back if not working out but we have never had any horses returned.  We always want the right horses in the right homes.

Looking for a breeding home first with registered Morgan broodmares or we will just keep him.  Folks can geld some other stallions out there.  These bloodlines need to continue for the sake of our breed.

Email is faster at dragoonfr @ and remove spaces.  Leave a message on our message phone at 509-796-2140.  We do rescue dogs here too so please hit the # to skip to the beep to not listen to dog details.  Thanks.

January 2017 snow shots here so maturing nicely.

These photos below are Quest's grandsire on his dam lines, High Q Qual-ity, a nice show horse who won quite a bit.  Quest's pedigree is filled with a ton of very nice horses on both sides so he has a lot to live up to as he ages.  

Here are some more two year old shots from June 25th, 2017 below.  Easier to load this way than moving all photos above.

These shots below are Marvelous Ideal, Quest's grandsire on sire's side.

Quest above at his second show as a yearling in Sept. 2016.  He won Reserve Grand Champion Morgan stallion.  Below at his first show ever below in July 2016.  He did great, loved all the attention when learning new things.  Such a gentleman!

Below: Quest learning to walk through spring run off here in April 2017.  Dennis is almost 6' and 275 pounds leading him so not a small dude.

Below:  Photos from June 25th, 2017.  He is maturing nicely.

This shot below is Waseeka's Moonshot, Quest's Great Grandsire, who was World Champion Morgan stallion in hand.

Below, this is his sire, Marvelous Intrigue, at over age 25 with his breeder Ellie Mason of Marvelous Morgans.  Thanks so much for this photo!  The other shots I took when I saw him when he was breeding the mares.