Breitling is currently number one in the German breeding index and is known for producing quality yet trainable offspring who include several licensed sons such as Berkeley, Benvenuto, Bertoli, Brioni and our own Baron de Ley as well as hugely successful competition horses such as Balderassini, Biagotti and Blind Date.
This truly outstanding Hanoverian stallion is the new FN breeding index leader in 2009 with a total of 172 points. Breitling is a competition stallion who has nothing left to prove, having won international Grand Prix classes and Nations Cups, taken first prize in 22 advanced level dressage classes, secured a bronze medal at the German Championship and accumulated over EUR 130,000 in prize money in the dressage arena. His achievements with longstanding rider, Wolfram Wittig, extend right up to the World Cup Tour. His ability to produce excellent offspring can only be described as phenomenal. Although he has only been used to a limited extent for breeding purposes, meaning that he has relatively few offspring, there are 13 advanced level dressage horses among his first progeny which have collectively won over EUR 72,000 in prize money. Blind Date was the World Championship of Young Dressage Horses favourite in 2007, but she unfortunately suffered an injury shortly before she was due to enter the ring. In 2009, she was back on form when she won the Small Tour at the CHIO Aachen and the Nuremberg Burgpokal final. Biagotti W was a bronze medallist at the World Championship in Verden in 2006 and also qualified for the Burgpokal in 2009. Baldessarini W has won seven advanced dressage classes and competed successfully in international Grand Prix classes, Berkeley W is a successful Grand Prix horse, Meggles Black Jack has won at Grand Prix level, approved stallion Bertoli W was highly placed in St. Georges classes as a seven year-old and Brioni W won an Intermediaire I class as an eight year-old. Barilla W, Bichachu, Balalaika W are also all successful advanced level competition horses. Numerous Breitling progeny have qualified for Bundeschampionat and World Championship finals.
Bismarck, an advanced level dressage horse, has a pedigree that goes back to top dressage horse producer, Bolero, whose bloodline recently experienced a renaissance when Belissimo M won the Bundeschampionat. Breitling's dam's full sister produced the successful Grand Prix horse Burlington/Alexandra Simons-de Ridder by Bismarck. Breitling's full sister, Biagotti W, has also competed successfully up to Grand Prix level. Breitling's pedigree includes successful and proven Hanoverian performance genes.
|Breitling W||Bismarck||Bolero||Black Sky|
|St. Pr. Duellfarm||Duellant|