Nestled on 55 acres of rolling hills in central Oklahoma, Hallmark Farms is nationally recognized as a top training and breeding facility for Morgan horses. Established in 1974, the farm is owned and operated by Stan and Susan Morey of Edmond, Oklahoma.
During the early years, Hallmark Farms won countless national championships in Purebred, Half-Arabian, and National Show Horse divisions. While the farm was home to many great stallions, it was Hallmark’s own DW Bonfire that became one of the top-producing stallions of Half-Arabian English horses in the Arabian industry—and he still is even after being gone for nearly a decade.
Hallmark’s winning legacy of stallions remains intact today with its Morgans. Dragonsmeade Sea Dragon was named 2013 World Champion, Three-Year-Old Futurity Pleasure Driving. While Stan Morey has accepted the position as Commissioner of the Arabian Horse Association Judges and Stewards, Susan continues to maintain Hallmark Farms as a leader in both the show ring and the breeding barn.
General Manager Susan Morey not only oversees the day-to-day operation of Hallmark Farms, but also serves as its lead trainer and breeding manger. Susan has been showing horses since 1972, garnering numerous national champions in the English and Park division. An enthusiastic proponent of the farm’s Morgan breeding program, Susan says, “Morgans are beautiful horses that are athletically bred to do what we want them to do. Their willing temperament makes them easy to train and a pleasure to work with.”
Originally from Normandy, France, Mallory Mignot serves as a trainer/instructor at Hallmark Farms. She began her riding career in stadium jumping, after which she earned two master’s degrees and then went to work in the equine industry. Mallory’s experience in breeding, training, and showing Morgan horses makes her an ideal fit at Hallmark Farms, where she instructs all levels of riders in horsemanship, dressage, jumping, and showing. Mallory currently holds world titles in hunter pleasure, and AMHA and AQHA for jumping.