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Brentano II

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The Celle state stud stallion Brentano II is the Hanoverian stallion of the year 2003. At the Verden stallion licensing, the chestnut stallion was awarded this prestigious title. His breeder, Dr. Max Schulz-Stellenfleth, Stellenfleth, was honoured with a cheque for EURO 10.000,00 and a valuable Wohlklang-statuette. The Uelzener insurance company always generously supports this award that honours important Hanoverian stallions who have a tremendous influence on the breed. In 1983, Brentano II was born on Dr. Max Schulz-Stellenfleth’s farm in Kehdingen. His dam, the Grande-daughter Glocke, descends from one of the most important mare families in Hanover, going back to the Schumann-daughter S449. The stallions Garibaldi I and II, Wolkenstein I and II and Beltain as well as Beauvalais, one of the internationally most successful dressage horses with Beatriz Ferrer-Salat, belong to this equine family. Recently, Beltain caused a highlight in Warendorf: Under Holga Finken, his son Belissimo M became Bundeschampion of three-year-old stallions. After having won the stallion licensing, Brentano II moved to the Celle National Stud. At his stallion performance test, he presented the best dressage performances, and with a final score of 129,97 points, he ranked second. One year later, he achieved the fourth place at the Bundeschampionate of  Riding Horses. He is trained up to advanced dressage level, and he belongs to the Celle Quadrilles for years now. Since 1987, he has been stationed in Artland, first in Natbergen, later on at the Ankum insemination station. That is were Brentano II met suitable mares. The chestnut stallion is the sire of 68 state premium mares and 15 licensed stallions. In 2000, his daughter Bona Dea II left the Ratje-Niebuhr-Show as the winning mare. Together with her full sister Bona Dea, she won the Ratje-Niebuhr-Prize. Brentano II supplied totally 19 horses for elite auctions, among them the first-class horses Brentina, Brasseur P, Bandito and Bon Jovi. At the World Equestrian Games in Jerez, Brentina won the team silver medal under the American Debbie McDonald. Her fullbrother Barclay is just about to start his international career with Gonnelien and Sven Rothenberger. In the youngster division, Bernstein and Christian Ritter are a successful equine pair. This year, Bon Jovi was especially successful: He won the Bundeschampiont-title of four-year-old horses in Warendorf. Apart from that, he is the dam’s sire of the Brandenburg mare Poetin who is on everyone’s lips after having won the World Breeding Championships Dressage of Young Horses and the Bundeschampionate. Brentano II is a dressage stallion with an exemplary inheritance, and his dressage breeding evaluation reaches the above-average mark of 137 points. With his successful offspring, he is one of the sons of the trademark stallion Bolero who ensured a revival of this bloodline in sport. Thus in October, Bonaparte (Heike Kemmer) was awarded the most successful dressage horse of the world.

Bolero Black Sky xx Blast xx
Madrilene xx
Baronesse Bleep xx
Atlastaube (H)
Glocke Grande Graf
SPS Duellfest
Ferbel Ferdinand
Marbel 9H0

1983 chestnut 16.1-3/4 Hanoverian

Approved for: Hanoverian

Stallion Performance Test 1986, Adelheidsdorf

Overall score 129.97/ 2nd of 32 

Dressage score 141.41/ 1st

Jumping score 105.20/ 15th

Winner of the stallion licensing in Verden 1985.

Progeny results in competition

Breeding value dressage: 135 ++

Breeding value show jumping: 112 +

Total prize money of offspring in competition: DM 282.982,00

Number of registered sport horses: 492

Breeding information progeny

Number of licensed sons: 15

Sons at the Hanoverian State Stud at Celle: Beluga

Number of registered broodmares: 285

Number of state premium mares and candidates: 67

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