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 the sweetest corn one could ever hope to enjoy on a late summer picnic.

Stand And Deliver as he romps throught a fresh field rye. This phenominaol stallion is not only a 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 Morgan.

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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Horse Show Review

Last month, we had a great Grand National & World Championship Morgan Horse Show in Oklahoma City.

We came home with six world championship, two reserve world championship, and five grand national championship ribbons. A highlight of the show was the group participation in the show’s lip sync competition on Thursday night. The costumes were a crowd favorite. All had a great time.

Allyson Wandtke and Dwayne Knowles, after their winning rides at the Morgan Grand National

Changing Stalls

Congratulations to Carol Johnson of Nicholasville, KY on the purchase of Toscanini. ‘Chris’ was owned by Good Morgans LLC and shown by Kim Germ-Cramer.

Carol’s granddaughter, Addison, will show the multi-world champion in junior exhibitor 13 & under pleasure classes under the direction of Robert Hughes (the gelding’s original breeder and owner) of BlackRidge in Versailles, KY.

We wish everyone the best of luck in the coming show seasons.

News from the Broadmoor Gang

Former assistant trainer Erlene Seybold Smythe was in the area horse shopping with a client, and stopped by the farm for a visit. She loved the time she spent at Broadmoor, and always takes advantage of an opportunity to visit with Mike and Dwayne, and to see all the horses in the barn.

Our condolences to Dwayne and his brother, Greg, on the passing of their uncle, Gerard Knowles.  They have wonderful memories of growing up with this man in their lives.

Recently, several members of the Broadmoor family attended the Pennsylvania Morgan Horse Club Awards Banquet to enjoy comradery and the great food at the Timbers. Hourglass received the Pleasure Driving High-Point Award. Owner Sharon Picus was on hand to receive the award for her mare that was driven by Dwayne Knowles throughout the show season.

Award winner Sharon Picus was joined by Nicole Moore, Dwayne Knowles, Mike Goebig, Linda Brewer, and Jess and Greg Knowles.


It's easy to understand Linda Brewer's reaction to a November snow storm and knowing she has to face the elements to do barn chores.

We hope our family and friends had an enjoyable Thanksgiving holiday.