Blitzen Golden Legacy
“Clara” came to us in January of 2018 after searching for a weanling filly. Our friend Caylyn Walker at Blitzen Morgans had just the girl!
Clara is a smart, talented mare who enjoys a variety of jobs. She has traveled to Morgan shows, open dressage shows, and has participated in the Future Event Horse series. She had a nice 2021 season, with trips to Southern States Morgan, as well as several dressage shows. In fact, she was the 2021 AMHA Open Competition Intro Dressage champion!
In April of 2022, Clara foaled an outstanding filly by Amberfields EmbossedNGold! We are thrilled with our beautiful new filly, and once weaned, Clara will return to work and will be back to showing in 2023.
“Sue” is the realization of a dream for Jen (and we think Shawn is quite smitten at this point, too!). With over 15 years of experience with the Morgan horse, it’s time for us to commit to reproducing qualities we firmly believe in and love so much in a horse. Jen has long admired Sue’s offspring, having had the pleasure of meeting or staying in touch with almost all of her foals. Magically, she is now here with us at Figment Farm, thanks to our friends at Blitzen Morgans! She is a wonderful, loving mare and an incredible mother. We are so proud to have her here with us.
Figment Ready Player One
“Artemis” is a dream come true for Figment Farm! She is our first foal born here on the farm. Artemis is a 2020 grulla filly by RG Denmark’s Justa Farmer, out of our Coachman’s Tsunami.
She is big, strong, healthy, and full of energy! Artemis is very independent, and loves exploring as much as possible. She loves every new task, learns quickly, and loves being with people. Artemis went to Dressage at Devon in 2021, and did well with the atmosphere at her first show!
We are so thrilled with this filly. She certainly is all Morgan in her personality, friendliness, and bold attitude!
“Fly” is one of those horses that worms their way into your heart. This kind little colt did not have an easy start to life, suffering a fractured elbow during birth. At such a young age, we were luckily able to give him a shot, and the wonderful vets at Virginia Tech’s Equine Medical Center were able to help. Fly took this all in stride, dealt with the stall rest, poking and prodding, and still kept his sweet nature.
Despite all of this, the orthopedic vets have high hopes that he will have a career, which is good news given his beautiful movement and fantastic disposition! We look forward to watching him mature, and hope that he will be our junior stallion some day.
“Mariah” came to us in May of 2022 after Jen saw her sales ad and was intrigued by her pedigree, rich in Triple S, lines we have been very interested in adding to our program.
She is the kindest, most willing mare and a beautiful mover. Most recently, she competed at Dressage at Devon’s breed show, where she was the highest scoring Morgan at the show. We are so excited for this special mare’s future, and can’t wait to see what 2023 has in store for her!