Oldenburg, Mecklenburg, Westphalia, all South German Associations
Frozen semen per insemination unit:
|St.Pr.St./El.St. Annabel||De Niro|
|St.Pr.St. Lustige Belinda||Latimer||Saint Cloud|
|El.St. Funny Belinda||Brentano II|
The father Bretton Woods has been victorious under Matthias Alexander Rath up to Inter I level, after he had reached third rank at the World Championships of five-years-old dressage horses in 2011.
The dam Lustige Belinda also brought the up to St. Georg level successful Delbar Estivale/Hartwig Burfeind and Dalanto, who has been successful up to advanced level (S*) classes (both by Danone I)/Bianca Ramcke.
The dam-sire was the Trakehner stallion Latimer, who had become riding horse National Champion as a four-years-old and who has won international junior dressage tests afterwards.
The grand-grandfather Brentano II brought 25 licensed sons, including the National Champion and Grand Prix-winner Benetton Dream FRH with Tinne Vilhelmson Silfvén/SWE as well as the Grand Prix winners Barclay with Hubertus Schmidt and Dr. Sven-Guenter Rothenberger (2005 2nd at European Championship) and Brentina with Debbie McDonald (2004 Olympic Games bronze medal & 2006 World Championship bronze medal).
Very interesting for breeding is the more than 43 percent proportion of precious blood in the pedigree, due to the Trakehner Latimer, Absatz and the thoroughbred Black Sky xx, Hill Hawk xx and Makuba xx.
The Oldenburg dam line of Edosta II is the origin of the licensed stallions Special Gold, Sterngold, Landjuwel Gold, Deus, Diamond Gold, Diamo Gold OLD, Exupery, Serano Gold, Sungold, Fürst Romancier, Rosengold OLD and Best of Gold.