Be sure to stop in to our News Column each month to read the latest news from the Broadmoor family of friends as well as new Morgans in the barn, horse show results and much more.
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Broadmoor sits high atop one of the rolling hill overlooking the beautiful Lehigh Valley of south central Pennsylvania. The farm is surrounded by fields lush with wheat, soybeans and corn.

Stand And Deliver as he romps throught a fresh field of rye. This phenominaol stallion is not only a multi-world chanpion, but a producer of national and world chanpions as well. Contact us today for more information about breeding your mare(s) to this or any of our awesome Morgans.

Broadmoor is known for close relationships with all their clients. This photograph finds some of the Broadmoor gang joining Mike and Dwayne for a romp around NYC. They enjoy everything from fine meals to Broadway shows.

Broadmoor is never difficult to find at horseshows, just ask any one you see in the stable area and they are sure to know the way to Broadmoor. If no one is available to ask for directions, just look for the vibrant blue and red banners.

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Award Winners

In the inaugural year of the AMHA Star Awards, Whitemud Sky Captain, owned and shown by Dianne Lents, was the winner in the Pleasure division. Captain also topped the Pleasure Driving division.

Get Smart GCH and Carol Dawson were in the Top Ten of the Park Saddle division.

Ledyard Octavia was in the Top Ten of the Park Harness division.

CBMF Uprising CH was Top Ten in the Pleasure Driving division.

SDMF Designed Reflection GCH was Top Ten in the Classic Pleasure Driving division.

The following were winners in the annual Horse World’s Peoples’ Choice awards:

Broadmoor – Tack Room of the Year

Allyson Wandtke – Reserve Amateur of the Year

Get Smart GCH – Overall Ladies Park Saddle, Ladies Park Saddle Mare, Amateur Park Saddle Mare of the Year

CBMF Restless GCH – Overall Amateur English Pleasure, Amateur English Pleasure Gelding of the Year

What’s Up – Overall Ladies English Pleasure of the Year

CN Timeless Masterpiece GCH – Reserve Ladies Pleasure Driving Mare of the Year

Get Real – Reserve Two-Year-Old Park Harness of the Year

Blurred Lines – Overall Four-Year-Old English Pleasure, Four-Year-Old English Pleasure Mare of the Year

Toscanini GCH – Reserve Amateur Masters English Pleasure of the Year

Ledyard Bombshell – Reserve Three-Year-Old Park Saddle of the Year

Indian Creek American Girl GCH – Amateur Pleasure Driving Mare, Amateur Ladies Pleasure Driving of the Year

CBMF Uprising CH – Reserve Amateur Pleasure Driving Gelding of the Year

Carol Dawson – Reserve Park Saddle Mare of the Year

Whitemud Sky Captain GCH – Amateur Masters Pleasure Driving of the Year

Whitemud Shimmer - Two-Year-Old Pleasure Driving Mare of the Year

Ledyard Octavia – Reserve Park Harness Mare, Reserve Ladies Park Harness Mare of the Year

UVM Willoughby – Four-Year-Old In-Hand Stallion of the Year

In Saddle Horse Report’s 13th Annual Morgan Breeders’ Report, Astronomicallee and Stand and Deliver GCH were listed in the top ten stallions rating.

Astro was also in the Top Ten Park Saddle Sires, Park Harness Sires, English Pleasure Sires, Pleasure Driving Sires, Classic Pleasure Sires and In-Hand Sires. Stilts was in the Top Ten English Pleasure Sires and Pleasure Driving Sires.

In the Top Two Divisional Sires, Astro was named in the Open Park Saddle, Amateur English Pleasure, Jr. Exhibitor English Pleasure, Open Pleasure Driving, Jr. Exhibitor Pleasure Driving and Gelding In-Hand divisions. Stilts was listed in the Jr. Pleasure Driving and Classic Pleasure Driving divisions.

During the AMHA Convention, Dwayne was recognized for reaching the milestone of 25 years of being a USEF Morgan judge!

New Arrivals

Kim Germ-Cramer of Good Morgan LLC is happy that SPR Wing It had a filly by Ingate’s Eye of the Tiger.

Rebecca Cooper, the equine manager at Bill Haines’ Ledyard Farms in King Ferry, NY, reports that two mares have foaled so far this season. Both produced fillies sired by Astronomicallee. She’ll continue to be busy as they are expecting six more foals this spring.

Changing Stalls

Congratulations to Leslie Hurst of Descariso, CA, on the purchase of Standoff (Stand And Deliver GCH x Heavens Mikala). Tom Tornatore was her agent. The brown gelding was owned by Tara Good, and will remain in training at Broadmoor.

News From the Broadmoor Gang

While Mike, Dwayne, Tony Lee, Allyson Wandtke, Carson Kressley and Morgan Billig were at the UPHA Convention in Palm Springs, CA, in January, others were skiing at Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Kim Germ-Cramer and her son, Josh, skied with Holly Johnson and members of her family.

Dwayne and Tony Lee attended the AMHA Convention in San Antonio, Texas. The clinic day of activities was held at Dianne Lents’ Twisted Rose Farm. During the lunch break, Dianne had a birthday cake for Dwayne.

From San Antonio, Dwayne flew to Florida to judge the Jubilee of Breeds Horse Show, February 8-10 at the Canterbury Equestrian Showplace in Newberry. He judged Morgans, Saddlebreds and open breed classes. Then he spent a few days visiting with his mother in The Villages.

Todd Wandke just had to go to the Super Bowl in Atlanta for business. Allyson said he had a great time.

Allyson and Todd Wandkte recently vacationed in Turks & Caicos with their sons. Also joining them was Allyson’s sister, Katie Peterson and he husband, Scott, and their family. Allyson’s and Katie’s mother, Cindy Nord, also joined them for a few days at The Palms resort. Allyson said the color of the water and the white sandy beaches were amazing. She also had a great time parasailing.

Then the Wantke family was off to Lima, Peru for spring break. They stayed in Cusco, and we’ll look forward to hearing news of this vacation.

For the second winter in a row, Linda Brewer joined Pat Dills and her family at their ski lodge in Ellicottville, NY. After a day of cross country skiing, Linda really enjoyed the hot tub. This year, Leighann Buzzard drove from her home to spend a day with them. The trio visited the Ellicottville Brewing Company.

Our condolence to Nikki Davis as her 30-year-old gelding, Illustra Mahogeny Row, crossed over the Rainbow Bridge.

Dwayne and Mike joined Robbin Shreve and her daughter, Paige, at the Northwestern Lehigh High School’s musical production of The Adams Family.

Dwayne and Tony Lee attended the AMHA Convention in San Antonio, Texas. The clinic day of activities was held at Dianne Lents’ Twisted Rose Farm. During the lunch break, Dianne had a birthday cake for Dwayne.

From San Antonio, Dwayne flew to Florida to judge the Jubilee of Breeds Horse Show, February 8-10 at the Canterbury Equestrian Showplace in Newberry. He judged Morgans, Saddlebreds and open breed classes. Then he spent a few days visiting with his mother in The Villages.

Todd Wandke just had to go to the Super Bowl in Atlanta for business. Allyson said he had a great time.

Allyson and Todd Wandkte recently vacationed in Turks & Caicos with their sons. Also joining them was Allyson’s sister, Katie Peterson and he husband, Scott, and their family. Allyson’s and Katie’s mother, Cindy Nord, also joined them for a few days at The Palms resort. Allyson said the color of the water and the white sandy beaches were amazing. She also had a great time parasailing.

Then the Wantke family was off to Lima, Peru for spring break. They stayed in Cusco, and we’ll look forward to hearing news of this vacation.

For the second winter in a row, Linda Brewer joined Pat Dills and her family at their ski lodge in Ellicottville, NY. After a day of cross country skiing, Linda really enjoyed the hot tub. This year,

Leighann Buzzard drove from her home to spend a day with them. The trio visited the Ellicottville Brewing Company.

Our condolence to Nikki Davis as her 30-year-old gelding, Illustra Mahogeny Row, crossed over the Rainbow Bridge.

Dwayne and Mike joined Robbin Shreve and her daughter, Paige, at the Northwestern Lehigh High School’s musical production of The Adams Family.

Broadmoor fun at the UPHA Convention in Palm Springs, CA. From left: Carson Kressley, Dwayne Knowles, celebrity, Allyson Wandtke, Morgan Billig, Tony Lee and Mike Goebig.


                                           
        



Allyson Wandtke and Mom Cindy Nord share a moment on vacation.
   





During the AMHA Convention activities at her Twisted Rose Farm, Dianne Lents had a birthday cake for Dwayne.




While several of the Broadmoor Gang were at the Convention, others were skiing at Jackson Hole in Montana. From left: Josh Germ, Holly Johnson and Kim Germ-Cramer.




Allyson Wandtke and her sister, Katie Peterson.



For the second winter in a row, Linda Brewer joined Pat Dills and her family at their ski lodge in Ellicottville, NY. After a day of cross country skiing, Linda really enjoyed the hot tub. This year, Leighann Buzzard drove from her home to spend a day with them. The trio visited the Ellicottville Brewing Company.

 


 

Morgan Billig and Carson Kressley escaped the wintery Lehigh County and enjoyed themselves at the UPHA Convention.


Dwayne and Mike’s latest adventure was attending the Philadelphia Flower Show at the Philadelphia Convention Center. This year’s theme, "Flower Power" paid tribute to the enormous impact of flowers on our lives.

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BROADMOOR 2019 SHOW SCHEDULE

*Children’s Benefit-Logan Township, NJ    April 5-7

Keystone Classic-Allentown, NJ          May 3-5

Southern States-Raleigh, NC              May 23-25

*Devon-Devon, PA                           May 29-June 1

Gold Cup-Columbus, OH                   June 12-15

New England-Northampton, MA         July 23-27

Mass Morgan-Springfield, MA            August 14-17

New York Morgan-Syracuse, NY        September 11-14     

Grand National-Oklahoma City, OK   October 12-19

*=possible shows if we have enough interest