​​Okan Morgans

Don & Mary Curtis

99 Ironwood Street, Oroville  WA  98844

Phone:  509-476-2004 home or 509-560-0252 cell

​email:  okanmorg@nvinet.com

We are a 80 acre ranch, we grow most of our own hay, we have apple, pear, stone fruit, almonds, grapes, raspberries, etc. mostly in quantities that are too much for us to eat but not enough to go commercial.  We are bordered on the south by the Similkameen River, which in the spring can be a problem with flooding but we have have been blessed as well.  We have a barn with 7 stalls and 4 large pastures.  The horses have lots of room to "BE HORSES" interact as herd animals with lots of room to run.  Hope you enjoyed the photo's.

Our Introduction to the Lippitt Morgan was through the great stallion Meredith Bilirubin (Stillwater Indigo X Major's Nubbin).  'Bili' came to live with us as a 14 year old and he lived with us until his passing at age 30.  We retain several of his sons & daughters and will always try and carry his bloodlines in our herd.

Okan Morgans

Here is a short tour around our Ranch:  https://youtu.be/aY9C2_IRkuE

Everything but the Kitchen Sink

Donida Equestrian Center

Auburn, WA 

​​​​EI Combined Driving Event

Donida Equestrian Center

Auburn, WA 

Don & Mary Curtis - Okan Morgans

PO Box 54, 99 Ironwood Street

Oroville  WA  98844

email: okanmorg@nvinet.com

Home phone: 509-476-2004 leave message 

Mary's cell 509-560-0252



ETS Trinity Trail Events CTC

WA Horse Park - Cle Elum, WA

ETS Competitive Trail Challenge

Riverside Equestrian Park 

Spokane, WA

​​The 2022 babies will start arriving in March!!

Check out our What's new page for photo's and updates.

2022 News

& Happenings

ETS Trinity Trail Events CTC

        WA Horse Park-Cle Elum, WA



ETS Trinity Trail Events CTS

       WA Horse Park - Cle Elum,  WA

2021 Views around the ranch...





Meredith Bilirubin (Stillwater Indigo x Major's Nubbin

EI 2 day Driving Trials

Donida Equestrian Center

Auburn, WA 





​30-July 3

Breeding Morgans of Lippitt Bloodlines since 1984.

The Lippitt Morgan Story



Please come and watch us compete , join in the fun or just come visit us at these Events:

Equestrians Institute Events


Equine Trail Sport Competitive Trail Competition and Obstacle https://www.equinetrailsports.com

The Lippitt is a unique horse: handsome, typey, and versatile. It is a member of a strain of Morgans that has no 20th century outcrosses to other breeds, resulting in the highest percentage of the original Morgan blood available today.

The term "high percentage" refers to the concentration of blood achieved by linebreeding to the original Justin Morgan ("Figure"). A careful study of Lippitt pedigrees illustrates the intensity of this breeding technique as practiced by the early Morgan breeders, and because the Lippitt has been linebred for generations, its unique Morgan qualities have been reinforced.

For years the Lippitt has demonstrated the ability to thrive on simple living conditions, working hard and requiring a minimum of pampering. The early Vermonters valued their "big little horse," for the Morgan accomplished whatever was asked of him: clearing land, driving, performing in parades, or racing down a country road. The Lippitt, who learns quickly and loves to try new things, is truly like his early ancestors.

The ideal Lippitt Morgan ranges in height from 14.1 to 15.1 hands. He has a short head, great width between the eyes, and a well-crested neck of medium length, which comes out of the top of a long, well-laid-back shoulder and blends smoothly through the withers into a well-sprung, deep body. The back is short and smoothly joined to the hindquarters; the croup is long, wide, and slightly sloping, balancing the front quarters. The legs have long forearms, thighs, and gaskins, and short cannons, with medium length pasterns corresponding to shoulder angle. A compact horse with substance of bone combined with refinement, spirited yet controllable energy influences his powerful, rapid, and elastic gaits.  For more information please check: http://www.lippittclub.org              OR  http://www.lippittmorganbreedersassociation.com/