There is no other Morgan Futurity that gives back like the World Morgan Futurity!

NEW FOR 2020!

No need to nominate the dam of your foal. The new price to nominate a weanling is $100. For the 2020 show, it is no longer necessary to fill out a WMF Show Entry Form. Simply enter the horse on the Grand National entry form! The cost of the Futurity show fee is built in to the entry fee for the show. If you have an alumni horse, enter in the desired classes and put an asterisk by the class number and add $150 to the entry fee. We hope that these changes will eliminate some paperwork and confusion.

 

The World Morgan Futurity chalked up another highly successful year featuring some of our breed's finest youngsters on display at the 2019 Morgan Grand National & World Championship Horse Show in Oklahoma City during the week of October 12-19th.

Offering a total payout of $85,650, including Jackpots, Auction Rewards and Auction Bonuses, the Futurity enjoyed well filled performance classes and a slight increase in the in hand division from recent years. We hope this upswing will continue as breeders return to supplying our market with the sought after world quality prospects.

The yearling in hand division offered $11,205 of prize money in classes for fillies, geldings and colts. We welcomed 14 entries, with each World Champion winning $1,300 and the Reserve World Champions taking home $1,050. Two yearlings were eligible for Auction Rewards money; Tomeri Royal Attire, owned by Tom & Teri Brisco and Tomeri Antoinette, owned by John Dietz & Nancy Caldwell. The owners of each yearling were awarded $1,050. Sire and dam owners received $600 each and Robert Hughes, trainer for both yearlings, was awarded $120 for each yearling. Total payout for yearlings was $15,945. The $10,000 auction bonus was not won this year, so it carries over to the two-year-old year.

The Two Year Old division enjoyed strong numbers with a total of 11 youngsters showing in hand, 6 in Park Harness and 12 in Pleasure Driving, all vying for their portion of our $19,875 jackpot. Each World Champion earned $1,400 and Reserves earned $1,125. One two-year-old--King-E Queen Bee earned an additional $2,370 in Auction Rewards for owner, sire, dam and trainer.

With Morgan versatility in the forefront of our Three Year Old divisions, our $33,458 jackpot for these 2016 models was spread through seven different classes. A total of 43 entries made the gate calls for these classes and each World Champion earned $1,275, while Reserve World Champions earned $1,025. An additional $4,740 in Auction Rewards was added to two lucky winners, Sardes Spitfire and Dragonsmeade Provenance. This was shared among the horse owner, sire owner, dam owner and trainer.

The Futurity Alumni division paid out $14,550 to 19 different horses. This option is sometimes overlooked by breeders and it definitely is worth examining!

If you’re serious about breeding Morgan Horses on a national level, there are no greater rewards available than the recognition provided by the World Morgan Futurity and the growing premiums it provides. And to breed a foal eligible for the $10,000 Auction Bonus, choose a sire and be the high bidder in the AMHA/WMF Stallion Service Auction! To find out more about the World Morgan Futurity and how you can nominate and participate, visit their website at www.WorldMorganFuturity.com.