Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Aug 27 1966, Page 43

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - August 27, 1966, Bennington, Vermont The Shaftsbury forge fireside a accessories Shaftsbury. Vermont custom wrought ironwork colonial reproductions phones 802 442-4214 or 802 375-6046 route i Shaftsbury Vermont Vermont Morgan horse farms Montpelier. Of interest to Morgan horse lovers this summer will be an a open barn program arranged by a group of breeders and the Vermont development department. Nearly a dozen Morgan horse farms in Vermont have arranged to open their barns and Fields during certain hours to Public View. The Morgan horse is the official Vermont state animal and until now the Only place the Public could see morgans was at the state Morgan horse farm in Weybridge near Middlebury. The open barn program was developed under the Morgan and the Iron Kettle Dana ii ingate Kelley owner of Justine Morgan horse harm Woodstock drives his prize winning Morgan stallion Royalton Bob Woodstock. Visor committee set up this restaurant gift shop amp lounge Motel famous for Fine foods serving breakfast lunch and Ful i course dinners Vermont products Vermont cheese Maple syrup a candies Cheddar a smoked Sage restaurant open 7 . To . All Legal beverages it. 7, Shaftsbury it. Or. Amp mrs. . Cullman props. Open All year Ceramic tub and Shower swimming Pool Wall to Wail carpet in room Coffee All to Central hot h20 heat individual thermostats air conditioning quiet location a set Back from Highway a spacious grounds Spring a fishing stocked Trout Brook a few it. From your door. Summer a swimming in the Pool centrally located to All recreational areas. Fall a Beautiful foliage a hiking a Golf near by a Hunting Winter a a skiing a centrally located to 8 major ski areas. Special 5 Day ski week i to 25 persons. 2 Miles from Bennington College 2 to 3 Miles to Bowling roller skating round amp Square dancing. Night clubs near by. It. Your hosts or. Amp mrs. Chef. Denio 7 Shaftsbury it. Phone 802-442-43 16 year to improve the promotion of the Morgan Breed As a Vermont attraction. Other measures taken by this committee include an increase in the number of state championships offered by the Vermont horse shows association to morgans from three to five and a program to increase Morgan exhibitions a not competitive shows a from one at Lake Dunmore to two or three. Under consideration for one of these is the Rutland fair. The Morgan a Small sized Breed of great endurance and with a delicate head heavy shoulders and a Short neck was named by and for the owner of a horse which lived from 1792-1821. Justin Morgan was a schoolmaster in Randolph vt., who lived from 1747-1797. The first Justin Morgan was the Only american horse to sire a distinctive Breed of horses in the United states. At the University of Vermont s Morgan horse farm in Weybridge is a life sized statue of the first Justin Morgan. Morgan horse farms open to the Public this summer As part of the open barn program Are listed Here alphabetically according to towns Arlington a Bald Mountain farm route 7, South of town or. And mrs. Keynith Knapp. Phone 375-6902. Open any time 25 morgans trained by Keynith and Alan Knapp Stock for Sale. Chester a Horseshoe farm Robert j. And Irma f. Hudson. Phone 875-7912. Open May i to oct. 30 on mondays saturdays and sundays from to . To 6 ., seven morgans. This farm is the Home of Windcrest Donald he is not shown but he was chosen to be Justin Morgan in the 175th anniversary pageant of Justin Morgan. The finest accommodations and dining facilities Superb food cocktail lounge. The Lodge motor hotel and dining room Rockingham Road Bellows Falls it. On route #5 near exit #6 from interstate �91 and just South of route �103. Entered among summer vacationland Many of the Best ski areas and fall foliage country. The finest accommodations and dining facilities. Cocktail lounge Superb food. Every facility for year round Comfort and enjoyment. Pleasant rooms telephones television individually controlled air conditioning and heat Large swimming Pool and family units. For reservations Telephone 463-4536. The Lodge Motel route 5, and route 91, exit 6, North of Bellows Falls Vermont neighbor of steam town . 30 a Southern Vermont summer August 27, 1966

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