The Morgan Horse Ranch was established at Point Reyes National Seashore as an interpretative program as well as a breeding and training program to provide horses for the National Park Service. Two mares were donated to the park and a select breeding program was set up with stud services provided by private owners. At its height, the ranch maintained a herd of approximately 35—40 horses, and bred 73 horses over the life of the breeding program. As foals were born, mature animals trained at the ranch were transferred to other parks. For many years classes were also held at the ranch to train park rangers in horsemanship.
Eli Morgan is our No. 16 Cleveland prospect. Who should be No. 17?
More mature, Flyers prospect Morgan Frost ready for that next step, wherever he lands
Marie Greyhounds were making an early statement. Or so they thought. The Flyers hope that friendship begets a generation of on-ice productivity for both Frost, chosen 27th overall that year, and Ratcliffe, taken in the second round with the 35th pick. The Frost pick was a no-brainer.
Frost stood by his stall Thursday after the first day of the Flyers' development camp not only one year older but also noticeably more mature physically. Since Sault Ste. Marie's season concluded one day before Frost turned 19 years old, the first-round pick had gained nine pounds. He finished the campaign at pounds but came to Voorhees weighing