The movement quality of this Breitling W son, Burlington II, doesn’t lag behind his brother, Burlington FRH, in any way. At his licensing in Verden, Burlington II excited everyone with his light-footed entrance and grandiose impulsion which also impressed the judges at his 30-Day performance test.
Breitling W is a competition stallion who doesn’t have anything to prove; he has 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, which means 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, and many of them have been successful at Grand Prix.
The internationally successful Grand Prix stallion and double Bundeschampion, Rohdiamant, is Burlington II’s dam’s sire. In 2010, Rohdiamant was ranked third on the WBFSH list of dressage sires due to the incredible success of his offspring. He has over 50 licensed sons and over 100 offspring who have competed up to the advanced levels in dressage. He is also the dam’s sire of Viktoria Max-Theurer’s stallion, Augustin, who has successfully competed at the Olympic Games and World Equestrian Games.