June News

POSTED: June 9, 2022

New Additions

Mike and Dwayne are very pleased their mare, Visual Addiction’s stunning bay colt by EKL Shakedown. His barn name is Handy.

Dwayne and Mike are excited about their bay colt.

Holly Johnson is excited about this year’s filly out of Indian Creek American Girl and by Merriehill After Hours. Last year, Emily had a colt by Dressed Up GCH that Holly named The Resurrection. Foaled on Easter Sunday, the colt’s barn name is Rise. The filly’s barn name is Layla.

Changing Stalls

Outrageouslee, a four-year-old filly bred and raised by Tony Lee, was purchased by Dianne Lents. Dianne looks forward to driving this exciting young show prospect.

Leslie Hurst sold Stand Off to Kurt and Teri Rumens of Fire Run Farm. The gelding’s show career will continue under the direction of Suzanne Haberek.

Another one of Suzanne’s clients, KLP Ventures LLC, purchased Dragonsmeade Onyx. The black gelding was owned and shown by Dianne Lents.

Cindy Nord sold CN Awaited Masterpiece to Lora Lyons. The 2020 and 2021 World Three- & Four-Year-Old English Pleasure Champion’s show career will continue under the direction of Tim Roesink of Grove Pointe Stables.

Barbara Matthews recently purchased a three-year-old black stallion, Latours I Otto B Famous, from Brenda Mutusik. Chris Bernard was the agent. Everyone enjoys working with ‘Ace’ as he has a good work ethic and a good temperament.

Allyson Wandtke sold her many-time world champion Carol Dawson to the Robinson Family Trust  Allyson will continue to show Kiki under the Broadmoor stable banner through the Grand National. The mare’s future will then be guided by Rick Lane.

Horse Show Review

We showed seven horses at the Keystone Classic at the Horse Park of New Jersey, in Allentown. The show was held May 6-9. There was a festive Kentucky Derby party in Mike and Dwayne’s camper at the show.

CN Restless Love was the first from Broadmoor to trot into the winner’s circle when he won the Open English Pleasure class. John Velardi also rode him to his first Open English Pleasure Championship title for owner Cindy Nord.

Kim Cramer enjoyed showing Broadmoor’s gelding, Circus Boy. This dynamic team won the Open English Pleasure Championship.

All together, we brought home five championships, one reserve championship and four blue ribbons.

Two weeks later, we were off to the second show of the year. Our horses had great performances at the 50th Annual Southern States Regional Morgan Show in Raleigh, NC. Held May 25-28, we took 13 horses to show. We packed nine championships, three reserve championship and 12 blue ribbons in the tack trunks to take back to the farm.

Even though the classes were light in number, the quality was good. Several of our young horses were showing for the first time, and we had a few horses/owners showing for the first time.

On Thursday, Maria Tartaglione catch rode Circus Boy CH for Broadmoor and won the Morgan Open Classic Pleasure Saddle class and was reserve champion later in the week.

Holliston Stables LLC was pleased when their new mare, Trebles Exquisite, won the Jr/Limit English Pleasure qualifier and championship. She was ridden by John Velardi.

Trotting into the winner’s circle for the first time together was Khaleesi and owner Tony Lee. The three-year-old daughter of CBMF Uprising GCH won the Jr/Novice Pleasure Driving qualifying class and championship.

Making her show ring performance debut, Ledyard Thunderbolt won the Jr. Park Saddle class and championship. The chestnut mare is owned by Ledyard Farm and was ridden by John Velardi.

A new and winning combination in the Amateur Park Saddle division is Newmont’s French Bellboy and owner Kim Cramer. They won the division championship their second time in the ring together.

Outrageouslee won the Jr/Limit Classic Pleasure Driving class and went on to win the Open Classic Pleasure Driving Championship. She was driven for the first time by her new owner, Dianne Lents.

Southern States is one of our favorite shows on the circuit, and this year’s event was no different.

Our next stop is Syracuse International in Syracuse, NY.

News from the Broadmoor Gang

In April, Dwayne and Mike went to the Kutztown Performing Arts Center to see Benise: Fuego! featuring the passion and grace of Flamenco dancing combined with fiery Spanish guitar.

Holly Johnson and Kim Cramer took advantage of beautiful spring weather and were delighted with skiing and fly fishing at a resort in Montana.

Allyson and Todd Wandtke recently attended their son, Zack’s, graduation from Holy Spirit High School. He will be attending Samford University in Birmingham, AL, where he will be majoring in math and business.

In a few weeks we hope to see you at the Syracuse International Show in Syracuse, NY

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