About Us

Mountain Creek Moriesian and Morgan farm is in the highly productive Upper Kiewa Valley, alongside the Kiewa River, and under the shadow of Mt Bogong, Victoria's highest mountain.  We have just under 200 acres, and raise quality horses and vealers.
Our first foal was born in 1988, Faithful Guardian, a Quarter Horse colt from a Nug Nug Ranch mare, he became a stunning gelding. Our first Part Bred Morgan, was a filly born in 1997, Mountain Creek Whisper, by Wawayanda Watch Out, out of a stock horse mare. She now lives in Queensland. Since then we have been hooked on the Morgan Horse and particularly the Moriesian, that is a cross of Morgan and Friesian. Our first Moriesian hit the ground in 2002, MCM Master Perry. He is a fine example of this wonderful cross.  As at June 1st 2018, a total of 115 foals have been born at MCM, over 21 years of building up our stud. 40 Pure Bred Morgans, 14 Partbred Morgans, 36 Moriesians & 25 Pure & Partbred Friesians.

We use the prefix MCM with all of our Friesian Warmblood & Partbred Morgan  registrations, the prefix Mountain Crk with the Pure Morgan registrations.
Our Broodmare band consists of 9 Pure Bred Morgans, 2 Friesian Warmbloods, & 6 up and coming young fillies. 
We have 2 Pure Bred Morgan Stallions  - Red Bluff Mesmeric & Mt Tawonga Tarraji, both are out of Mt Tawonga Miss Mary.  Also some frozen semen from 3 American based Pure Bred Morgan Stallions, PT Cruiser, MEMC Tequila Cuervo, & Ragtime Oro Blanco. We have had Red Bluff Mesmeric collected, to assess, and his semen quality is great for chilled transport. We have also taken the opportunity to have him frozen whilst he was being collected at GVEH. Unfortunately Mt Tawonga Tarraji's semen quality wasn't good enough for collection. We also have a Purebred Friesian stallion - Ietsje from MCM, a homebred boy whom is crossing extremely well with the Morgan mares.
We generally breed 6 - 8 mares per breeding season, woops has been a few more than that lately. These foals can be spoken for at birth,  They will have basic education, and are ready for their new homes usually at around 12 months old.  I won't let them go until I feel that they are ready to face the outside world.

Currently we don't stand our Stallions to the public, for a few reasons, firstly for the responsibility of outside mares, we don't want the worry of looking after other peoples pride and joys. Also we are rather busy during Spring and Early Summer, as we are hay and silage contractors, so you could say we are making hay whilst the sun shines.

The most important horse on the farm is my Part Bred Morgan gelding, HP Dust Cloud, he is my riding horse. 
follow this link to his page.

We have lots of Farm Friends, or critters on our farm. follow this link to see them.