Mike Goebig and Dwayne Knowles opened Broadmoor in Kutztown in 1986, combining more than five decades of experience and knowledge about training and showing world-class Morgan horses. Their goal to provide first-class training, showing and breeding services for their clients from around the world.
At their 50-acre facility, nestled on a hill in beautiful Lehigh County, they stand three stallions at stud, and have more than 35 Morgans in training.
For 30 years, they’ve garnered countless world, national and regional championships in a multitude of divisions. They’re known for successfully matching amateurs and juniors with the best possible Morgan for show ring success, and for the way they start young horses and maintain older horses so their successful careers continue well into their late teens.
Broadmoor’s stalls, indoor arena, tack rooms, breeding lab, office, guest suites, and owners’ living quarters are all under one roof. Since the majority of the clients live out of state, Broadmoor counts clients as extended family which gathers for social activities year-round, in different parts of the country, as well as at shows.
The show season begins locally and moves on to three regional championship Morgan shows, an all-Morgan show and an all-breed show before heading to the World Championships in Oklahoma City.
Mike received the UPHA Lifetime Achievement Award, was inducted into the AMHA Hall of Fame, and honored as AMHA Man of the Year. Dwayne, a noted all-breed judge who officiates at competitions across the US and in Europe, received the AMHA Sportsmanship Award. Both volunteer at clinics across the United States, Canada, and England.
Mike and Dwayne’s devotion and commitment to the breed and its community represent the kind of passion from two gentlemen who love what they do. Visit www.broadmor.com to learn more.