Along with our horses, we raise English bred, AKC Labrador Retrievers. They help out on the farm, compete in agility trials, ride around the farm on the equipment and vay for the front seat of the Prowler or truck! We try to have at least one or two, quality litters per year. These pups are sold with an: Sales Contract, AKC "Limited Registration," 1 Year Health warranty, 1st vaccinations, Vet check, Health Records & current Worming program.
January 2013 Island Uno, Island Harley and Island Dos all received their AKC Title of: Canine Good Citizen! This makes 4 of our dogs to now have AKC Titles! We are very proud of our girls!
Island Dos - has just been bred to: Cumberland Nutmeg Sampson! If all goes well, this will be Sammy's first litter! We are very excited to have the chance to breed one of our girls back to the bloodlines we originally started with. Yes, Sammy is an older boy but, what a dog! SUPER temperament and good looks. We Thank Sammy's owner's for all they have done.
Puppies arrived Jan. 16, 2015! 5 healthy yellow pups - 3 girls & 2 boys!
If you have interest in one of Dos/Sammy's puppies, please let us know!
Stay tuned for puppy updates! If you would like to go onto our 'future litter' waitlist, please contact us.
All our pups are sold with a 1 yr. Health Warranty, Sale contract, 1st shots, Vet Checks, Regular Worming, copies of all their parents clearances and an AKC Limited (no breeding) registration.
This site is dedicated to the Fond memory of my friend and Mentor, Dr. Lowell Hughes.
(April 4, 1928- Nov. 5, 2001)
Dr. Hughes with his wonderful stallion, Patchett Hill (Easter Vermont x Starlette B)
Dr. Hughes was the founder of Caduceus Morgans in North Liberty, Iowa. He was known for producing large Black Morgan Sporthorses of Mid-western and Brunk breeding. He had a knack for finding well bred horses that were tucked away on lost roads and in forgotten barns.
His favorite stallion being the late, Wyoming Flyhawk (Domino Joe x Lily Black), actually stood at Reed Allen's Ranch in Lander Wy. along with my deceased foundation stallion, H-Ken (Kenfield x Muchacha). I guess it was written, even back then, that I would eventually meet Dr. Hughes. Our taste in horseflesh were quite similar.
Dr. Hughes was a very kind and generous man who was always willing to take a new comer under his wing. This is what he did for me. I miss my friend and mentor. Words can never describe how I feel or tell the depth of my loss. I will take both the knowledge he gave, and the horses he produced and carry on into an uncertain future marked by his footsteps. God Bless until we meet again...............
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