Knox Morgan was foaled on August 13, 1891 on the farm of Mr. Augustus Dunlap in Brunswick, Maine. He was a mahogany bay, no white markings, and matured out at 15.2 hands and 1100 pounds. He was sired by Mountaineer Morgan 4469, 15.0 hands, bay out of the Augstus Dunlap bay mare. Knox was the only foal ever sired by Montaineer Morgan. Knox was sold to George D. Chandler, Brunswick, Maine. George D. was the father of F. G. Chandler of Peacham, Vermont, who acquired, registered and showed Knox Morgan. Purchased by Josept C. Brunk in 1915 at the age of 24 for his breeding program at the Cotton Hill Farm, Springfield, Illinios. Knox stood at the farm there for 4 years and sired another 11 foals and died in 1919 at the Cotton Hill Farm, Rochester, Illinois at the age of 28.
Progeny: 20 colts, 35 fillies.
28 crosses to Justin Morgan.
Grand Champion Stallion, 1904 St. Louis Exposition.
A short-legged, close-going, thick little horse--BREEDERS GAZETTE.