He won the bronze medal at the World Breeding Dressage Championships for Young Horses in 2011 as a five year old. In partnership with Matthias Alexander Rath he won and was placed highly on many occasions at Prix St. Georges and Intermédiaire I level before they moved up to Grand Prix. As expected, Bretton Woods’ progeny are large framed, impressive looking and dynamic movers. 10 offspring in his first crops of foals have been licensed, among them Brilliant, the champion stallion at the Mecklenburg Stallion Licensing in Redefin in 2014 and Birmingham, the second reserve champion at the Westphalian Stallion Licensing in 2016 that was subsequently sold to the State Stud Celle in Lower Saxony for EUR 260,000. Great Lady TC, a mare by Bretton Woods, came second at the World Breeding Dressage Championships for Young Horses as a four year old and was a bronze medallist at the Pavo Cup in the Netherlands in 2016. Consequently, Bretton Woods entered the FN Breeding Index with an excellent rating. His sire Johnson was a successful international dressage horse with Hans Peter Minderhoud. De Niro, the top dressage sire in the WBFSH Ranking for many years, and the acclaimed stallion Romancier also contribute excellent performance genes on the dam side of the pedigree.
Johnson - De Niro - Romancier
KWPN | *2006 | Black | 177 cm
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