Horses of Besilu Collection

Grandioso de Besilu

Colt - not for sale at this time

Sex – Stallion

DOB – 6/19/2018     

Color – Chestnut

Sire – Prestigio de La Querencia  

Dam – Dulcinea de Yerbabuena

BM Sire – Dulce Sueño de Lusitania

Gait – Classic Fino

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Grandioso de Besilu

Colt - not for sale at this time

Sex – Stallion

DOB – 6/19/2018     

Color – Chestnut

Sire – Prestigio de La Querencia  

Dam – Dulcinea de Yerbabuena

BM Sire – Dulce Sueño de Lusitania

Gait – Classic Fino

Biography

Grandioso de Besilu is sired by Prestigio de La Querencia. Grandioso is a superb example of Prestigio’s offspring. Grandioso has handsome looks and already exhibiting the Classic Fino gait.

Prestigio de la Querencia’s sire is Concierto de la Querencia, a son of Patrimonio del Ocho. Patrimonio was a Classic Fino stallion and prolific sire in Colombia of numerous Mundial and Colombian National Champions. Concierto is out of a mare by Zodiaco de Lusitania, which is an older bloodline that is highly desirable in horses in the show ring today.

The maternal lineage of Prestigio is extremely interesting; he is the son of the famous mare Colombiana, who is the daughter of Horizonte and Mil Sueños, both full siblings of Resplandor Tres. An interesting fact about Resplandor is that he is the sire of multi-Grand World Champion Fino Stallion, Joyero Tercero. Also worth mentioning on the pedigree of Prestigio is the importance of Amadeus de Resorte Cuarto, which is one of the most influential breeding stallions from Colombia with more than 1,900 offspring. He had been named Fuera de Concurso, Campeon de Campeones, Mejor Jefe de Raza and Mejor Caballo del Año (for five consecutive years) in Colombia, as well as Top 10 Sire for PFHA for many years.

The dam of this colt Dulcinea de Yerbabuena is a Classic Fino champion. Her sire is one of the most sought after internationally recognized breeding stallions, Dulce Sueño de Lusitania. Dulce Sueño has been awarded in Colombia the prestigious title of “Jefe de la Raza” (Sire of Sires) continuously from 2010-current and appeared on the PFHA’s Top Ten Sires list for 2017-current.

Also important is this colt’s grandmother on the dam’s side. Pecadora de Yerbabuena (by the great Vitral) is a very well known Grand World Champion Fino Mare in Colombia.

By looking at this pedigree there is no question this colt was bred for greatness.

Pedigree