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Welcome to Morton Show Horses! Owned and operated by Tracy Morton. Morton Show Horses specializes in the training of youth and amateur riders looking to compete at any level in the individual and All-Around performance events or simply to learn the basics of horsemanship.   Tracy is an equestrian coach, horse trainer and equestrian judge from Orange County, California who recently relocated to Auburn, Alabama. She has been in the equestrian business and in the show pen for more than 35 years, and has trained Quarter Horses and Paints for the All-Around events such as Halter, Showmanship, Western Pleasure, Western Equitation/Horsemanship, Trail, Western Riding, Hunter Under Saddle and Hunt Seat Equitation. Tracy has led her students and their horses to multiple World Titles, Top Five and Top Ten honors in the AQHA, APHA, PtHA, and PBHA World Shows.   Tracy, her husband and her family moved from Southern California to Auburn, where she discovered Southern Springs Equine Services, and made the decision to start training and coaching here in the Southeast.   Tracy prides herself on having a small training program in order to provide more personal instruction for both horse and rider. She ONLY offers private lessons on her show horses, with no more than two students at a time. She accepts riders ages 6 to Adult, and offers after school lessons. Tracy will never take more than 6 horses in training at one time. Safety and fun are top priorities at Morton Show Horses. We keep all four legs on the ground and DO NOT JUMP! For more information, please contact Tracy at 334.401.0234 or email her at Trayceem@me.com
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