History of Aspenglow Morgan Horse Farm
Aspenglow Morgan Horse Farm got its start in 1992 with the purchase of the mare Kendalwood Nancy. Nancy was purchased as a riding horse for Carol and a broodmare for the Aspenglow breeding program. After enjoying owning a Morgan for a year, we decided it was time to become part of the Morgan community by purchasing a show horse. With that came Cedar Creek Pandemonium, an I Will Command daughter, and a full sibling to multiple world champions. We campaigned Pandemonium and won our first Reserve World Championship in the Futurity Pleasure Driving division.
It was time to build Aspenglow Horse Center. We purchased 72 acres of rolling hills southeast of Denver, CO. After two more years, Aspenglow now includes a 30,000 sq. ft. breeding, boarding, and training facility. In the seven years since it all began, we now own over a dozen Morgans. Aspenglow horses have won Regional, National, and World titles and we even have a top five finish at the $70,000 Breeder's Sweepstakes.
If the last seven years are a predictor, then the next seven ought to be downright exciting as these young horses bearing the Aspenglow name, venture forth from the high plains of Colorado to the show rings of America...
--Bill and Carol Remington
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Last Updated 12/30/01