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OUR TRIBUTE TO FOUNDATION STALLION
SPRINGTYME SEALECT
April 21-1973-October 14-2003
Sealect was the greatest horse I have ever known, there was never a time I asked him to do something he didn't do
it. He was a very special horse that would let the smallest child ride him he was a one of a kind stallion. While my
boys were growing up he always showed the kindness temperament towards them, babysat them and took care.
Applevale Don Lee

His sire was Sealect of Windcrest a Pecos son, a show stallion that beat out Waseeka Nocturne in Harness. His dam was Windcrest Dona Lee an extraordinary show mare of all time. Sealect and Dona Lee both had several show foals that are carried on in todays lines.
Spring Breeze

Spring Breeze(dam of Helen of Troy by Ulendon)
Her sire was Jubilee Courage a Jubilee King son. Everyone has heard of this Brunk bred stallion. Her dam Springfield Penny a Springfield daughter. Springfield's sire was Lippitt Sam, his dam was Paragraph. Springfield Penny's dam was Lusealect was by Sealect out of a Troubadour of Willow Daughter.
Springtyme Sealect's Painting above was done by Helen Steyaert Ray.
The above Horses are what has made the Morgan Horse Special
Most have been pictured in the Morgan Horse magazine, throughout the years. They have Winning Park Horses Under Saddle and Harness, Pleasure Horses, and the family friend that live in our hearts forever, for generations to come. Bred by dedicated breeders that themselves will never be forgotten.
The making of a great sire is the ability to pass on his likeness. Springtyme Sealect has been that kind of Stallion, as can be seen in Scenecrest Sanguine. As seen in the stallions in Sanguine's past. We hope to continue to produce just that kind of horses in the future. Their are alot of Stallions out there, but not all have the prepotency to pass on their likeness.
Springtyme Sealect
(Applevale Don Lee x Spring Breeze)
3 months
Scenecrest Sanguine
( Springtyme Sealect x Michland Winona)
Scenecrest Sanguine age 3
SPRINGTYME SEALECT age 3
Springtyme Sealect age 9
I have learned from reading these books and magazines visiting farms going to Morgan Horse Shows throughout the last 34 years.. The success of any breeder is to know what bloodlines to cross and not to. Looking at photos and visiting farms with the different bloodlines will help you with deciding the lines that appeal to you. Everyone has their idea of what a Morgan should be. No two people agree on everything or like the same horse. The most important thing is to breed the best Morgan regardless of the lines we chose. A sound horse with excellent temperment that looks Morgan is what we should strive for. Through the years I have tried to place the horses I  bred with the right person for that horse. So, far it has worked out just that way. I have had several people come back and buy a second horse. Each time, they have bought a full sister of brother to the first horse.
Springtyme Sealect age 18
Springtyme Sealect age 9
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Springytyme Sealect age 30 1/2
Scenecrest Sanguine
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Scenecrest Sanguine's Pedigree
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Allegan, MI
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