Our 2022 Mid-Atlantic Morgan Sale is ON!

Now accepting consignments, catalog ads and stallion presentation reservations for our 2022 Morgan Sale, to be held on January 18-19, 2022 in Harrisburg, PA.

Visit our website to download forms. Deadline for catalog inclusion is November 15, 2021.

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2021 Sale Cancelled

With regrets, we announce the cancellation of the 2021 Mid-Atlantic Morgan Horse auction. The PA Farm Show Complex in Harrisburg is a state building, and due to COVID-19 all scheduled 2020 events from March 19th through the end of November have been cancelled. No decision will be made on the December 2020 and January 2021 events until after the election, which does not leave us adequate time to plan the sale and produce a catalog.

A lot of thought and consideration was put into other locations. With all the other horse auctions to work around, we could not come up with a facility and dates we felt would give us a quality auction that we felt the Morgan breed deserves. We feel that in the best interests of the group, we would cancel the 2021 sale and move forward in planning for 2022.

What a year 2020 is turning out to be! This is one we will all remember for many years. The pandemic will be the most talked about and written about happening during 2020 and perhaps for years to come. We would like to thank you all for your support of the Mid-Atlantic Morgan Horse Sale these past 17 years. There have been many fun times, friendships and great memories created, which would not have been possible without YOU.

We hope to see all of you at our 2022 sale in Harrisburg on January 18-19th!

From the sale committee,
David Glick – 717-442-9680 and John David Fisher 717-293-5788


The Keystone Draft Horse Sale is moring their 2021 auction to May 5th at the Center Hall Auction Barn. Contact Amos Beiler for more information at 717-989-8260.

The PA Driving Horse Sale is moving their 2021 auction to January 6-8th at the Virginia Horse Center. Contact Daniel Dienner for more information at 717-442-9815.

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2020 Sale Results

Our 17th Annual Mid-Atlantic Morgan Horse Sale held on January 14-15, 2020 at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex in Harrisburg, PA enjoyed warm weather and a great turnout for this popular sale. We welcomed 25 stallions to our presentation, and we enjoyed presenting 105 registered Morgan horses to prospective buyers, selling a total of 94 horses for an average of $6,327.27 per head, an increase of 14% over last year’s average of $5,482.14 per head.

This year’s top two sale toppers were consigned and presented by Amos Yoder Jr.. A powerful and bold black 4YO stallion, WVS Full Throttle (Ledgefield Potenza x NSM Midnight Lace, by Hollybrook Stage Rage), put on a whale of a horse show and commanded a top bid of $37,500 as Lot 54.

Lot 33 came in at $22,500, WVS Call Me A Star (Booyah x WVS Jane’s Imortal Bell, by KJM Soul Commander) looked more like a show horse and less like a mother to be, but was carrying an April 2020 foal by Ledgefield Intrigue. Black and just five years old, she should be providing years of great service and wonderful foals for her new owner.

Sangre Farms sent a lovely black 5YO mare to the sale with Premier Equine as their agent. Lot 38, EY Angel (Lacyn Time x Reflexion Baby, by Derawnda Reflection), was quite fancy in harness and as a bonus, she’s carrying a 2020 foal sired by RWF Dralion (by Dragonsmeade Icon). Angel commanded a respectable $16,000 high bid.

Another beautiful black mare consigned by Allen Yoder as Lot 14, Princess Sheila (KJM Soul Commander x Equinox Magnifikate, by Courage Of Equinox), also in foal to RWF Dralion and just an 8YO, found a new owner after the gavel fell at $15,500.

Amos Yoder Jr. rounded out our top five selling horses with Lot 83, Walnut Lane Lorain (UVM Jovial x Lookaway’s Black Light, by HVK Guiding Light), a 6YO black mare in foal to Ledgefield Intrigue. Selling for $15,000, she was a curvy and flashy offering with a pair of white socks behind to catch everyone’s attention.

The Mid-Atlantic Morgan Sale invites you to join us on January 12-13, 2021 for our 18th Annual Sale. Consignments will close on November 1, 2020.

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The 2020 Sale Catalog is out!

We’ve put our 2020 Mid-Atlantic Morgan Breeders Sale catalog to bed, printed versions will be in the mail soon.

Meanwhile, you can peruse our sale horses online here on our website, or download a complete copy of the catalog HERE.

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2019 Sale Results

Our 16th Annual Mid-Atlantic Morgan Horse Sale welcomed 24 stallions to our presentation, and we enjoyed selling 98 registered Morgan horses for an average of $5,482.14 per head.

Topping our sale was the lovely black five-year-old mare WVS Ashley (KJM Soul Commander x WVS Lady’s Special Maid, by Ultras Special Agent), who was in foal to the beautiful young stallion RWF Dralion (by Dragonsmeade Icon). Consigned by Orva Lambright and presented by Amos Yoder Jr., Ashley brought a top bid of $22,000.

Our next highest selling horse at $12,750 was the nice black four-year-old mare LAH Lucy Lou (Nordby Misty’s Sir Harley x LAH Foxy Lady), in foal to MDMH Turbo’s Stetson. Consigned by Freeman Gingerich and presented by Riverside Equine.

Ashley seemed to be a popular name as Triple Pine Ashley (WVS Ladys On Star x Triple Pines Starlet), a lovely five-year-old black mare in foal to HTLD Winning Ticket brought $10,750 when the gavel fell for consignor Lamar Miller and his agent, Michael Miller.

Al Davison’s Canadian breeding program is known for their well trained and presented stock and his Derawnda Dutches (Derawnda Black Pepper x Harmony Acres Ebony Rose), a big, good trotting black mare in foal to a 16h black stallion brought a nice $10,000 sale home for Al and his agent, Harley Yoder.

JMR Elias (TSL Starcraft x SSH Simply Celestial), a four-year-old bay, was the highest selling stallion or gelding at $9,750. River Run Morgans consigned this nice driving horse and Double M Equine presented him for the sale.

Above from top left clockwise: Derawnda Duchess, JMR Elias, LAH Lucy Lou, WVS Ashley and Triple Pines Ashley.

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Subs and additions for the 2019 sale

Be sure to check our Consignments page for two new horses for Wednesday’s sale, Lot 120, BJB Pieceful Revolution, is a substitution and Lot 122, PKMF Sparky, is an added horse.

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2019 Catalog Now Available

Our 2019 Sale Catalog has gone to press! Printed copies should be in the mail within the next 2-3 weeks. Meanwhile, if you just can’t wait, click here to download a digital copy of the catalog.

And of course, all of our Stallions and Consigned horses are viewable on our website under CONSIGNMENTS.

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Our 2019 Consignments are going up!

We’ve started adding our consignments and stallions to our website for the 2019 Mid-Atlantic Morgan Sale, so cruise on over to our Consignments page to see what’s coming in January!

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Consignments for 2019 Morgan Horse Sale

Consignment and Stallion Presentation Forms for our 2019 Mid-Atlantic Morgan Horse Sale on January 15-16 are now available to download from our website at MorganHorseAuction.com.

Consignments are limited, so don’t wait!




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2018 Mid-A Sale enjoys rising prices and falling snow in Harrisburg

The 15th Annual Mid-Atlantic Morgan Horse Sale enjoyed strong attendance at the beautiful Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex in Harrisburg, PA on January 17th. With 124 horses in the catalog, five substituted horses and just four pulled on sale day, buyers were left with a total of 120 horses to select from and bidding was enthusiastic. Although the temperatures were cold and the snow was gently falling both the day of the preview and the day of the sale, it was hardly noticeable from inside the climate controlled Farm Complex.

The sale kicked off with a 10-horse stallion presentation, with many notable sires making an appearance and several young stallions enjoying their first public display. Many stallion managers offered special booking discounts for sale-goers, and reported strong response by breeders who booked mares throughout the preview and sale days.

With total sales of $713,350, this year’s sale enjoyed a strong average of $5,945 with 110 horses selling. The top ten (actually top 12) impressively averaged $14,287.50, with all 12 horses selling for 5-figure prices.

Topping the 2018 sale at $18,000 was lot 62, a 16 hand black granddaughter of Tom Shoe, driven through stylishly by Amos Yoder Jr. for Larry R. Campbell. Sarjan’s Lady’s Princess was a 2-in-1 package, safe in foal the the good sire GLB Bell Pepper for 2018. Proving that breeding stock is important to these buyers, the second highest selling horse was lot 31, RG Denmark’s McClintock (RG Black Dandy x Coal Creek Lara), a 16 hand, six year old black stallion consigned by Harley Hockstadler Jr., who was reducing his herd by letting go of this fine, powerhouse of a stallion. Harley Yoder was the agent in this sale.

The beautiful black mare WVS Summer Sassafras (KJM Soul Commander x Ken-Mar Summer Wind), just four years old and in foal to Ledgefield Potenza, was the third highest selling horse at $16,500. Consigned and presented by Amos Yoder Jr., she was a beautiful ladies horse from start to finish and attracted lively bidding. Every gentleman in attendance had his hand up at one time or another while lot 107 was in the ring! Pin Oak’s Trooper (Lacyn Time x LAH Fancy) was a big, black sports car consigned by River Run Morgans. Harley Yoder enjoyed the drive while the bidders drove Trooper up to $14,000 on this wonderful harness horse.

Lot 6 and lot 42 were tied as the fifth highest selling horses at $13,000, and were worth every penny. Consigned by Larry Campbell and presented by Amos Yoder Jr., Sarajan’s LadyRocknRoll (Sarjan x Hidden Y’s Elaine), a five year old bay gelding, was attractive in looks and ability as he was broke both single and double. FMG’s Dej-A-Vou was a promising black son of TSL Starcraft, out of a daughter of Legendary Alex Kazam. Consigned by Floyd Graber and capably led though by Amos Yoder Jr., his price certainly reflected his promise.

Rounding out our top ten were lot 39, the breeding stallion CBMF Thomas Crown (CBMF Crown Prince x FRF Stolen Moment), consigned by John Suprenant and presented by Firman Yoder, at $12,500; lot 106, Radella (Rowenda Boogie On Down x JMF Royal Entertainment), a lovely black mare in foal to KJM Soul Commander, consigned by Bowman Equine Enterprises selling for $12,200; lot 14, the fancy black gelding BVMS Soul Legant (KJM Soul Commander x M-U-R Givenchy), consigned by Buenva Vista Morgans and presented by Firman Yoder, bringing $12,000 as did lot 102, WVS Flash Of Fire (KJM Soul Commander x MEM Flash Back), a beautiful bay mare in foal to GLB Bell Pepper and consigned by Amos Yoder Jr.; lot 77, the elegant black RisingSunDiana (Superbowl Night Hawk x EMK Dawn), consigned by Starcrest Stables and bringing $10,500; and finally the current 2017 Junior Exhibitor Park Harness World Champion Moe Tall (Man In Motion x Illustra Aurora), certainly the buy of the sale from the show horse category, bringing $10,250 and presented by Andrew Beiler for Bianca Gaeta and the Erdenheim Farm.

Mark your calendar for January 15-16, 2019 and enjoy the fine horses and great comraderie offered by this well managed and attended event. For more information, visit www.MorganHorseAuction.com or call John David Fisher at 717-293-5788 or David Glick at 717-442-9680. Keep up with sale activities all year round on our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/morganhorseauction.

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