In 1976 we started a small Morgan Horse breeding program with the purchase of our foundation stallion Richlou Adonis (Waer's Play Boy x Belle Heather) and the mare Wildwood Cindy (Mor-Ayr Supreme x Cinna). Today RTF prefixed Morgan's can be found throughout the United States as well as Europe. Over the years we have bred 93 Morgan's with the RTF prefix that have gone on to become stars in the show ring in such diverse disciplines as Western Pleasure, English Pleasure, Hunter Pleasure, Pleasure Driving, Park Harness, and Carriage Driving. Notable among these were RTF D'Artagnan, RTF Katy Did, RTF Spellbinder and RTF Spin Doctor. The majority of the RTF horses however went to first time Morgan owners to become trusted members of the family or foundation horses.

Over the last 42 years Richill Farms has been dedicated to the preservation and improvement of the Morgan Horse through breeding and selection. We have always strived to produce Morgan Horses of proper type, conformation, and temperament and to that end in 2012 we were awarded the Morgan Horse Association Region VII Frank and Freda Waer Award. The Double "F" Award is given to individuals who have made a substantial and continuing contribution to the Foundation and Future of the Morgan Breed. This is was quite an honor for us.

Sadly the years have taken its toll on our Morgan breeding program but we still have a select band of exceptional Morgan horses. In 2019 we plan to start the young stallion RTF Black Ice (RTF Spin Doctor x RTF Whimsy) at stud.  Black Ice is a prime example of the Working Western Family bloodlines known for their correct confirmation, athleticism. versatility, and stamina. Recently we purchased the buckskin mare JBMM Royal Sicily Storm from Idaho that carries the blood of Richlou Adonis through her dam Pamela Morgan.

If you should find yourself in the area give us a call and by for a visit. We are always happy to show off our fine Morgans


Our Foundation Morgan Stallion Richlou Adonis
Sired 53 foals (13 Bays, 4 Blacks, 13 Browns, 1 Buckskin, 22 Chestnuts)

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