1983 167cm dark chestnut
SIRE: Bolero by Black Sky xx DAM: Glocke by Grande/Ferdinand
Performance Test scores; Overall 129.97 (2/32) Dressage 141.41
(1/41) Jumping 105.20 (15/32)
Brentano II is a son of the incomparable Bolero,
and out of a mare from the classic Grande and Ferdinand lines, the same dam-line as Wolkenstein II. He was
the Champion stallion at his licensing in 1985 and Vice Champion at his performance test the following
year. He is a very rideable dressage horse and is highly esteemed as a hereditary transmitter of
rideability and rhythmic motions. Brentano II is siring superb dressage horses, such as the incomparable
Brentina, Gold Medal Winner in dressage at the 1999 Pan Am Games and 1998 USDF Horse of the Year, as well
as competing at the 2002 Olympics achieving 2 seconds and a third in the individual events. She was also
the World Cup Champion in 2004. Brentina's full-brother, Barclay II, is now successful internationally at
Grand Prix. Another daughter, Bona Dea II, was Champion at the prestigious Ratje-Neibuhr Show in 2000.
Brentano II sires horses with marvellous gaits and easy-going, willing attitudes. His dressage breeding
value is 127 and he has produced 20 licensed sons and 101 State Premium Mares.